Kiska: If We Want Youth to Opt for Business, We Must Create Conditions

Slovakia and Chile have the same problem in terms of young people's access to business, said Slovak President Andrej Kiska following his visit to a development centre for start-ups called 'Start-Up Chile' on the first day of his official visit to the South American country on Monday (August 1).

Sagan Inks Three-year Deal with Bora-Hansgrohe

Bratislava/Berlin, August 1 (TASR) – Slovak star cyclist Peter Sagan has signed a three-year contract on joining German team Bora-Hansgrohe as of 2017, TASR...

Demand for Regional Bus Transport Down by 45 percent in 2006-12

Bratislava, August 1 (TASR) – Slovakia's economic growth over the past decade has led to a steep increase in the number of cars owned...

Danko Sets Up Working Group to Draft Changes in Rules of Procedure

Bratislava, August 1 (TASR) - Parliamentary Chairman Andrej Danko (Slovak National Party/SNS) has set up a working group in order to prepare amendments to...

Poll: Bugar Most Trusted and Prochazka Least Trusted Party Leader

Bela Bugar of the governing coalition Most-Hid party is the most trustworthy leader among parliamentary political parties, while Radoslav Prochazka of the governing Siet (Network) is the least trustworthy, according to a telephone survey carried out by AKO agency between July 22-28 on a sample of 1,000 respondents.

Dalai Lama to Visit Slovakia in October

The 14th Dalai Lama is to visit Slovakia again, TASR learnt from Csaba Kiss, the founder of the private At Home Gallery based in Samorin (Trnava region), who invited the spiritual leader.

President Kiska Flies to Chile and Argentina for Official Visit

Bratislava, July 31 (TASR) - Slovak President Andrej Kiska left on Sunday for an official visit to Chile and for a working trip to...

Rainbow Pride Participants Walk Safely through Downtown Bratislava

Bratislava, July 30 (TASR) - After a year of break, Rainbow Pride march for rights of the LGBTI community took place in Bratislava again,...

Fico: Arms Are Business Product, If We Don’t Sell, Someone Else Will

Bratislava, July 29 (TASR) - Neither the Government, nor its prime minister can be held accountable if weapons originating from Slovakia emerge in a conflict somewhere abroad, said Prime Minister Robert Fico on Friday.

Fico: 25 Police Officers to Be Sent to Hungary Due to Migration Crisis

Bratislava, July 29 (TASR) – Another group of 25 Slovak police officers will leave for Hungary on Monday to help the country safeguard its...