Lajcak: Slovakia Assures Bosnia of Support in European Integration

Bratislava, February 16 (TASR) - Slovak Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajcak assured Bosnia and Herzegovina of Slovakia's support for its efforts to integrate into the European Union at a regular Foreign Affairs Council session in Brussels on Monday, the Foreign and European Affairs Ministry's press department informed TASR on Tuesday.

Health Ministry: Only Two Nurses Stick to Notices in Martin

Bratislava, February 15 (TASR) – Only two nurses out of 160 who originally filed resignation notices as part of a mass move at Martin...

Debate: Security Situation in Slovakia Good Now, But Likely to Change

Bratislava, February 15 (TASR) – Slovakia's security situation vis-a-vis migration is good so far, relative to other European nations, but it's necessary to be...

Machyna: European Steel Workers Are Ready for Further Protests

Brussels, February 15 (TASR) - Thousands of people, including representatives of the European steel industry and around 100 steel workers from U.S. Steel in...

IFP: State to Collect €489 million more for 2015 than Estimated

Bratislava, February 15 (TASR) - The state will collect €489 million more in taxes and levies for 2015 when compared to an estimate from October, according to a current tax prognosis that the Financial Policy Institute (IFP) of the Finance Ministry published at a press conference at the ministry on Monday.

Lajcak: V4 Is Internationally Recognised Brand of Regional Cooperation

Bratislava, February 15 (TASR) - Slovak Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajcak told TASR on Monday that the Visegrad Four (V4 - the...

Flasikova-Benova: Britain Must Not Extort Other EU Member States

Bratislava, February 15 (TASR) - Britain's Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron won the general election mainly due to his promise to hold a referendum...

ISU Hands Strike Baton over to University Lecturers

Bratislava, February 15 (TASR) - Some university lecturers went on strike on Monday, taking over from the Slovak Teachers Initiative (ISU), which is interrupting its strike on the same day while remaining on strike alert, TASR learnt from a University Lecturers Initiative (IVU) press conference at Comenius University.

Fico: I Don’t Need Compact Ghettos with Different Religion and Culture

Slovakia will never import any migrants here based on a dictate, declared Prime Minister Robert Fico on TA3's 'V Politike' (In Politics) on Sunday.

Bugar: Worst Government Possible Would be Smer with SNS

The worst Government possible that could emerge after March election is Smer-SD with the Slovak National Party (SNS), said Most-Hid chairman Bela Bugar on TA3's show 'V Politike' (In Politics) on Sunday.