At his arrival at a European Council session in Brussels on Thursday, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said that the V4 had discussed such issues with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker ...
Slovakia views South Korea as a modern society with democratic trends, said Slovak Parliamentary Chairman Andrej Danko after meeting his South Korean counterpart Chung Sye-kyun in Bratislava on Thursda ...
The police have expelled 62 illegal foreign workers from Slovakia. They were employed in the Korean machinery company based in Šaľa, southern Slovakia.
A demonstration of an attack by a mechanised unit in a built-up area formed part of the final day of the Slovak Shield 2017 national exercise at the military training facility at Lest on Thursday.
A newly established Green Education Fund should help to develop environmental education for children in Slovakia, Environment Minister Laszlo Solymos told a news conference in Bratislava on Thursday.
According to a tweet by the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, consensus through compromise and cooperation, as well as the future of Europe, were on the menu of his working dinner with ...
Parliament wants the Government to come up with measures that would regulate legal fees for law firms which represent the state in legal disputes.
At his Wednesday visit to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico praised how this institution helped Slovakia after it became a member in 1993.
Slovak electronic ID cards are still secure, since a potential threat is only theoretical, stated Interior Ministry State Secretary Denisa Saková on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Robert Fico travelled to Strasbourg Wednesday morning to meet Council of Europe representatives, representatives of the GRECO group of countries and the European Court of Human Rights.