Ivan Simko will leave the post of interior minister, caretaker Premier Ludovit Odor announced at a news conference on Wednesday, adding that he'll ask President Zuzana Caputova to revoke his credentials later in the day.
Young people in Slovakia are becoming radicalised, chiefly online, Premier Ludovit Odor and Interior Minister Ivan Simko told the media following a Security Council meeting on Wednesday.
Bratislava, October 20 (TASR) – Slovakia is sending 40 police officers to the Hungarian-Serbian border to help their Hungarian counterparts reduce the pressure of illegal migration, said Interior Minister Roman Mikulec (OLaNO) on Thursday, reiterating that the solution to illegal migration is protecting the external Schengen border, not internal border checks.
Bratislava, October 3 (TASR) – A car crashed into a bus stop in the centre of Bratislava (October 2) shortly after 10.15 p.m. on Sunday, paramedics have reported, adding that the accident left four people dead and six injured. Of the six injured, two were in a critical condition.
Bratislava, October 1 (TASR) – A total of 222 illegal migrants were apprehended in Slovakia on Friday (September 30), TASR learnt from Interior Ministry spokesperson Zuzana Eliasova on Saturday. Eliasova added that the Slovak police have been helping to monitor the situation also in border areas in Hungary. “We have intensified
Bratislava, July 15 (TASR) – The National Crime Agency (NAKA) has pressed charges against 16 people with the crime of setting up, masterminding and supporting a criminal group and with the drug-related crime, the police have reported on a social network, adding that ‘Operation Parquet Maker’ took place in Slovakia, Hungary
Bratislava, April 18 (TASR) – Former National Criminal Agency (NAKA) head of operatives Jan K. [name abbreviated due to legal reasons], facing charges of leaking confidential information, was apprehended in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Sunday (April 17), spokesperson of Police Corps Presidium Michal Slivka has confirmed to TASR. “I’m at