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THE GOVERNMENT wants to strengthen the state's position in electricity producer Slovenske Eletrarne .
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The Visegrad group of Central European countries Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary has never had an easy life.
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The US forces will learn how to land in conditions with poor visibility and high dustiness.
A gigantic ferry boat in the Danube River at Bratislava in Slovakia, which broke away from Czechoslovakia in 1993.
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CZECH singer Ida Kelarova, in collaboration with the Chavorenge children's choir and the Czech Philharmonic orchestra, kicked off a series of three concerts held in Roma settlements and a Jewish synagogue on August 6. The first performance took place in the settlement near Lenartov, a village in Presov Region.
PRIME Minister Robert Fico has continued his habit of characterising sanctions that the EU and United States are imposing on Russia as senseless and harmful to Slovakia.
THE REGION known as the centre of anti-fascist resistance during the Second World War shocked the country by electing a man with a far-right background as its regional governor.
The verdict is still not valid, as both of the convicted have appealed. "The announced verdict of the Specialised Criminal Court's judge proves that corruption has penetrated the highest levels in our society," said a prosecutor of the Office of the Special Prosecutor, after the verdict was announced, as quoted by the SITA newswire, adding that ... (more)
THE VAST majority of Slovaks claim to have some religious affiliation, with most describing themselves as Roman Catholic.
"Who profits from [the] EU economy decreasing, Russia's economy having troubles and Ukraine economically on its knees?" asked Slovakian PM Robert Fico.
Rule of Small Prices; European Sanction Solidarity Goes Up in Flames: Slovakia "We Can't Sacrifice Our Interests in the Name of Some Duel" Tit-for-tat sanction cracks widened to the breaking point today following a report Ukraine Approves Law on Sanctions Against Russia .
The Slovakian prime minister, Robert Fico, criticised EU sanctions against Russia as a 'meaningless' gesture that would hit growth prospects, as officials from the bloc's 28 states began emergency talks on Russia's ban on Western food imports today .
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