With the number of foreigners moving to Slovakia for work, study or family reasons going up, what do municipalities do to help them integrate locally?
Are foreigners invisible for municipalities?; Local elections guide for foreigners-episode 4
The Visegrad Four (or V4) states (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) are supporting the European Union and are not casting doubts on their EU membership, stated the Slovak Speaker of Parliam ...
Consumer inflation slowed down in Slovakia in September, which matches expectations. According to the data of the Slovak Statistical Office, prices in Slovakia grew by 0.1% and the dynamics of their ye ...
Weeks before the Slovak regional elections in November, voters do not trust their local politicians. According to a survey conducted by the Focus Agency for Transparency International Slovakia, almost 61% of respondents believe that mayors and local councilors promote their private interests to some extent in their decision making.
On Sunday, Ján Kozák, coach of the Slovak National Football Team resigned from his post after five and a half years. He thus became the longest serving person in this post.
Vice-premier for Investments and Informatisation Richard Raši of the Smer-SD pary said on Sunday that he did not plan to run for president in next year's presidential election.
Slovak Finance Minister Peter Kažimír has become minister of the year for Central and Eastern Europe according to the GlobalMarkets magazine.
Local activists have been criticizing the way Bratislava has been losing part of its greenery to apartment and office buildings. Some speak about developers' attempts to privatize public spaces.
"If we wish to live and to bequeath life to our offspring, if we believe that we are to pave the way to the future, then we must first of all not forget." These are the words of prof. Ben-Zion Dinur, a ...