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23.07.2019 22:00 SUMMARY-Tuesday-July 23, 2019 - 10 p.m.
BRATISLAVA - Head of the Office for the Regulation of Network Industries (URSO) Lubomir Jahnatek said he has no knowledge about alleged URSO experts' consultations with MP Maros Kondrot (Smer-SD) and he would never allow any unfair benefits to be granted to [Czech Prime Minister] Andrej Babis, whom he even does not know personally, said URSO spokesman Radoslav Igaz on Tuesday in reaction to ... more >
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23.07.2019 21:23 Csefalvayova: British Political Scene in Long-term Gridlock, Johnson No Help
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - British political scene has been gridlocked for a long time and no compromise solution, palatable to the majority, to complete the "Brexit odyssey" is in the offing, with the rise of Boris Johnson to the post of British Prime Minister likely to diminish those odds even lower, thinks House foreign affairs committee chair Katarina Csefalvayova (Most-Hid). "Johnson ... more >
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23.07.2019 20:57 SHMU: Up to 90% of Slovakia Bedevilled by Drought
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - Drought of varying intensity is bedevilling up to 90 percent of Slovakia, with the lack of precipitation manifesting particularly in western, north-western and northern Slovakia over the first half of 2019, the Slovak Hydrometeorological Office (SHMU) reported on its website on Tuesday. The meteorologists called the current state of drought alarming and forecast it... more >
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23.07.2019 20:28 Pellegrini: Slovakia Ready to Open U.S. Steel Topic also in Brussels
Kosice, July 23 (TASR) - Slovakia is ready to open the topic related to the situation in Kosice-based steel mill U.S. Steel also in Brussels, Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini's (Smer-SD) spokesperson Patricia Macikova said in response to the petition of U.S. Steel employees in which they are calling upon the Government to address the situation in the steel industry. The trade unionists started ... more >
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23.07.2019 20:16 Scheduled Events for W E D N E S D A Y, July 24
PARIS (FRANCE) ***** Slovak President Zuzana Caputova to leave for a two-day visit to Paris during which she will also meet her French counterpart Emmanuel Macron to be covered by a TASR correspondent amEXP-SR-Schedule-Events-Wednesday-July 24-2019 more >
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23.07.2019 20:07 Euro Exchange Rates, July 23
European Central Bank Euro exchange rates valid until the new exchange-rates list is published on July 24, 2019. Currency Country Rate USD United States 1.1173 JPY Japan 120. 82 CZK Czech Republic 25.549 GBP United Kingdom 0.89830 HUF Hungary 325. more >
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23.07.2019 19:57 Paska: EU Should Listen Carefully to Boris Johnson's Objections to Brexit Deal
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - It would behoove EU to listen closely to incoming UK prime minister Boris Johnson when he formulates his objections to Brexit deal, House foreign affairs committee chair Jaroslav Paska (Slovak National Party/SNS) told TASR in response to Johnson's election as Conservative Party leader and prime minister on Tuesday. According to committee member Martin Klus (... more >
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23.07.2019 19:37 KDH and For Decent Slovakia also Want to Mark Velvet Revolution on SNP Square
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - In addition to the OLaNO party, the non-parliamentary Christian Democrats (KDH) and the For a Decent Slovakia initiative have shown interest in convening a public meeting in connection with the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, spokesman for Bratislava Old Town mayor Matej Stevove told TASR, adding that the initiative should eventually organise rallies in ... more >
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23.07.2019 18:59 Foreign Ministry Praised Calm and Transparent Conduct of Elections in Ukraine
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - The Foreign and European Affairs Ministry praised the peaceful and transparent conduct of the Ukrainian parliamentary elections, which were held in accordance with international standards, TASR learnt from the ministry on Tuesday. "We believe in the creation of a new government with a strong democratic mandate, with which Slovakia is ready to co-operate on ... more >
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23.07.2019 17:57 Klub 500: Energy Price Relief Is Common Tool to Maintain Demanding Industry
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - Energy price concessions are a common tool for maintaining energy-intensive industries in individual European Union (EU) countries for the simple reason of the strategic position of the sector and its output, stated executive manager of Klub 500 Tibor Gregor in response to opposition MP Karol Galek (Freedom and Solidarity/SaS) who questioned the amendment to the law... more >
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23.07.2019 17:26 President Caputova to Visit France, Will Meet Macron in Paris
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - Slovak President Zuzana Caputova is going to leave for an official two-day visit to France on Thursday (July 24), where she will be received by French President Emmanuel Macron, TASR learnt from Martina Goffova of the Presidential Office's press department. "At their meeting, they will discuss the current situation in the European Union, the V4 [Visegrad Four: the ... more >
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23.07.2019 16:58 Survey: Critical Thinking Important to Teachers, Practice Shows Otherwise
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - Teachers find the development of students' critical thinking important, but they tend not to act upon the claim while teaching, according to the results of a survey by the Environmental and Ethical Education Centre Zivica and Focus Agency presented at a press conference on Tuesday. "The survey has shown us that teachers know what they're supposed to teach and what'... more >
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23.07.2019 16:33 Trade Unionists Hold Talks with U.S. Steel Kosice to Avoid Massive Layoffs
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - Employees of Kosice-based steel mill U.S. Steel appeal to Peter Pellegrini's (Smer-SD) Cabinet to address the situation in the steel industry as the company announced that by 2021 it will reduce the number of employees in the steelworks and its subsidiaries by 2,500, TASR learnt on Tuesday. This call was also supported by trade unionists from KOVO trade union in ... more >
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23.07.2019 15:58 Nitra Doctor Prescribes Opioid Medicine to Roma in Return for Bribes
Nitra, July 23 (TASR) - An investigator of the National Crime Agency (NAKA) in co-operation with the NAKA anti-drug unit have pressed charges against a doctor from Nitra over taking bribes for prescribing excessive amounts of opioid medications for treatment of chronic pain to members of a local Roma community, the police stated on Facebook on Tuesday. The "patients" were actually an organised... more >
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23.07.2019 15:29 Jahnatek Doesn't Know about any URSO Experts' Consultations with Kondrot
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - Head of the Office for the Regulation of Network Industries (URSO) Lubomir Jahnatek said he has no knowledge about alleged URSO experts' consultations with MP Maros Kondrot (Smer-SD) and he would never allow any unfair benefits to be granted to [Czech Prime Minister] Andrej Babis, whom he even does not know personally, said URSO spokesman Radoslav Igaz on Tuesday in... more >
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23.07.2019 15:00 SUMMARY-Tuesday-July 23, 2019 - 3 p.m.
BRATISLAVA - The number of tourists who visited Slovakia in May stood at a record-breaking 550,000 visitors, who altogether spent in the country almost 1,5 million nights, mainly under the influence of the Ice Hockey Championships hosted by Bratislava and Kosice, where the number of overnight stays increased by 30,000 and 20,000 y-o-y, respectively. BRATISLAVA - Inspectors of the Supreme Audit... more >
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23.07.2019 14:50 German Automotive Supplier Rochling Opens New Plant in Kocovce
Kocovce, July 23 (TASR) - Rochling Automotive, a German components supplier for the automotive industry, opened a new plant near Nove Mesto nad Vahom (Trencin region) on Tuesday, its director Vladimir Lopusniak told TASR on the same day. Through this investment, the automotive division of Rochling Group wants to satisfy increased demand for new technologies and expand its warehouse and ... more >
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23.07.2019 14:28 Health Ministry Aims to Raise Hygiene of Children in Poor Roma Communities
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - The Health Ministry has commenced a string of public education activities aimed at strengthening habitual hygiene among pre-school and young school-age children that live in marginalised Roma communities, the Ministry announced on its website on Tuesday (July 23). "It is necessary to strengthen and encourage behaviour linked to health, especially among children. more >
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23.07.2019 13:25 Three Slovak Students Win Medals at International Physics Olympiad
Bratislava/Tel Aviv, July 23 (TASR) - Three out of five Slovak secondary school students who competed at this year's International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) in Tel Aviv won two silver and one bronze medal in total, succeeding against international competition consisting of almost 360 students from 78 countries, TASR learnt on Tuesday from the Education Ministry. The silver medal winners were ... more >
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23.07.2019 13:03 Matovic Criticised for Booking SNP Square for Velvet Revolution Celebrations
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - Head of OLaNO Igor Matovic stated on Tuesday that he’s standing behind his decision to make a week-long reservation for SNP Square in Bratislava and to carry out there celebrations of the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, adding that he’s inviting other parties, including Smer-SD, SNS and Most-Hid, to participate. Matovic thus reacted to criticism from the... more >
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23.07.2019 12:37 SaS MP Galek Calls on Prime Minister to Dismiss URSO Head Jahnatek
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - Opposition MP Karol Galek (Freedom and Solidarity/SaS) called on Tuesday on Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini (Smer-SD) to dismiss head of the Office for the Regulation of Network Industries (URSO) Lubomir Jahnatek. Galek wants to point to the Office's dependent action and to initiate proceedings to dismiss the current URSO head. He claims he's doing so in the ... more >
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23.07.2019 12:11 Osadne: Fallen Soldier's Letter to Humanise Remains Inside Village Crypt
Osadne, July 23 (TASR) - In an attempt to humanise the remains of the fallen soldiers from the First World War buried in a crypt in the village of Osadne (Presov region), a letter from a fighter describing the events just before his death, alongside historical photographs, have been added to their resting place, local Orthodox parish priest Peter Soroka wrote on the crypt's website. The ... more >
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23.07.2019 11:52 NKU: Presidential Office Burdened with Villa at Slavin and Lawsuit from Past
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - Inspectors of the Supreme Audit Office (NKU) found no serious shortcomings in management of the Presidential Office during the past four years, NKU spokesman Marek Papajcik told TASR on Tuesday. However, NKU stated that the office's current senior officials should seek a definitive solution to two problems that have been burdening the Presidential Office for a long... more >
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23.07.2019 11:34 Ice Hockey Championship Notably Boosted Tourism in May
Bratislava, July 23 (TASR) - The number of tourists who visited Slovakia in May stood at a record-breaking 550,000 visitors, who altogether spent in the country almost 1,5 million nights, mainly under the influence of the Ice Hockey Championships hosted by Bratislava and Kosice, where the number of overnight stays increased by 30,000 and 20,000 y-o-y, respectively. "Slovakia needs to work ... more >
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23.07.2019 07:30 Scheduled Events for T U E S D A Y, July 23
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22.07.2019 22:00 SUMMARY-Monday-July 22, 2019 - 10 p.m.
BRATISLAVA - The historian and unsuccessful presidential candidate Eduard Chmelar announced at a press conference on Monday that he has had to rename his new party after a notification from the Interior Ministry that, according to a law, it cannot bear the same name as a formerly registered entity, although it's already ceased to exist. BRATISLAVA - Although the Health Ministry has launched ... more >
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22.07.2019 21:22 Rasi: Banska Bystrica Will Draw from Baku's Experience in Preparing EYOF 2021
Baku/Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - Vice-premier for Investments and Informatisation Richard Rasi (Smer-SD) met with Azerbaijan Youth and Sports Minister Azad Rahimov during a working visit to Baku on Monday, TASR learnt from the Vice-premier for Investments and Informatisation Office's communication department on the same day. Rahimov's ministry prepared the summer European Youth Olympic ... more >
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22.07.2019 20:24 Klus: Zelensky's Concentration of Power Raises Both Hopes and Fears
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - Ukrainians confirmed their desire for fundamental social changes and the continuation of European integration, parliamentary foreign affairs committee chair Katarina Csefalvayova (Most-Hid) said on a social network on Monday. Opposition MP Martin Klus (Freedom and Solidarity/SaS) also considers the preliminary results of the parliamentary election in Ukraine to be ... more >
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22.07.2019 19:56 Matica Slovenska to Mark Centenary of Resuming Its Operation
Martin, July 22 (TASR) - Matica Slovenska (MS), the Slovak national heritage institution, will mark the centenary of resuming its operation in 1919 on Sunday, August 4, TASR learnt from MS spokesperson Veronika Matuskova on Monday. A cultural programme, unveiling of Jan Vanovic's bust, a ceremonial procession through the town and three Christian services at several places will be a part of the... more >
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22.07.2019 19:52 Scheduled Events for T U E S D A Y, July 23
No events scheduled amEXP-SR-Schedule-Events-Tuesday-July 23-2019 more >
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22.07.2019 19:52 Euro Exchange Rates, July 22
European Central Bank Euro exchange rates valid until the new exchange-rates list is published on July 23, 2019. Currency Country Rate USD United States 1.1215 JPY Japan 121. 03 CZK Czech Republic 25.534 GBP United Kingdom 0.89968 HUF Hungary 324. more >
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22.07.2019 19:36 Lajcak: Slovakia Shouldn't Go against Its Interest in Visegrad Four
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - Commenting on Slovakia's position in the V4 (Visegrad Four) grouping (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia) on TABLET. TV, Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajcak (a Smer-SD nominee) said that Slovakia should not go against its interests in the V4. "It is no secret that the image of the Visegrad Four within the European Union is not good," ... more >
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22.07.2019 18:53 Lajcak: Election Results in Ukraine Confirmed Zelensky's Strong Mandate
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - The results of the parliamentary elections in Ukraine confirmed President Volodymyr Zelensky's mandate and will enable him to carry out his election programme, Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajcak (a Smer-SD nominee) said on TABLET. TV. "The results of the parliamentary elections confirmed President Zelensky's strong mandate and are a good result ... more >
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22.07.2019 18:32 Ruzomberok-based Papermill to Create 100 Jobs in Next 12 Months
Ruzomberok, July 22 (TASR) - Packaging and paper group Mondi SCP in Ruzomberok (Zilina region) plans to hire more than 100 employees in the next 12 months, the company's communication manager Lubomir Cech told TASR on Monday, adding that this is a result of an investment in the PS19 paper machine that will produce a new kind of recycled paper called kraft top white. The number of full-time ... more >
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22.07.2019 17:56 Caputova: Condition of Disciplinary Judiciary is Insufficient
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - The condition of Slovakia's disciplinary judiciary is insufficient although it is one of the basic preconditions for an independent judiciary, said President Zuzana Caputova following her meeting with Supreme Court President Daniela Svecova on Monday. Caputova finds a disciplinary judiciary to be important, as it should provide a space for drawing responsibility ... more >
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22.07.2019 17:19 Survey: Third of Slovaks Consider Job Change
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - A third of Slovaks would consider a job change within the next three months, and almost a quarter of workers overall haven't completely disregarded the idea, according to a survey from the recruitment agency Manuvia. Mainly young people or people with elementary education would consider taking such a step. The latter group often works in positions that are nowadays... more >
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22.07.2019 16:50 Most-Hid Caucus Will Support Hospital Stratification Project
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - The caucus of the coalition Most-Hid party will support the proposal of Slovak hospital stratification, TASR learnt from Most-Hid caucus secretary Agnesa Tothova on Monday. "With the authorisation from Most-Hid caucus chairman Tibor Bastrnak, I announce that after a thorough study the Most-Hid caucus will support the stratification project - the largest reform of ... more >
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22.07.2019 16:22 Analysis: Many State-run Hospitals Generate High Debts Again
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - Although the Health Ministry has launched the third round of hospital debt settlement, it shows that the proposed sanction model, in cases when criteria aren't met, doesn't work at all, Institute for Economic and Social Reforms' (INEKO) analyst Dusan Zachar has told TASR. According to Zachar, such a step has no deterrent effect. "Many large state-run hospitals ... more >
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22.07.2019 15:41 Chmelar: Sets Up New Leftist Party; Faces Troubles with Name
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - The historian and unsuccessful presidential candidate Eduard Chmelar announced at a press conference on Monday that he has had to rename his new party after a notification from the Interior Ministry that, according to a law, it cannot bear the same name as a formerly registered entity, although it's already ceased to exist. Chmelar said that he considers the law ... more >
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22.07.2019 15:00 SUMMARY-Monday-July 22, 2019 - 3 p.m.
BRATISLAVA - A senate of the Specialised Criminal Court initiated on Monday proceedings in the case of the so-called television promissory notes and obstruction of justice against controversial entrepreneur Marian K. and former general director of television channel Markiza Pavol R.. BRATISLAVA - The number of companies which didn’t pay income tax for 2018 increased this year as 88,849 ... more >
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22.07.2019 14:01 Gov't Spending Grew Too Fast, RRZ Suggests Launching Correction Mechanism
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - Last year's government spending grew faster than permitted by the spending rule, stated the Budgetary Responsibility Council (RRZ), stressing a need to trigger a correction mechanism in order to move the general government budget back towards balance. However, the RRZ differs in this opinion from the Finance Ministry that is talking about a negligible divergence in... more >
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22.07.2019 13:18 Richter: Slovakia Supports von der Leyen's Idea of an EU Minimum Wage
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - Slovakia supports the creation of the European minimum wage, which forms part of the newly elected President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen's agenda, the Labour, Social Affairs and the Family Minister Jan Richter (Smer-SD) has said. Von der Leyen has stated that "every person working full-time should gain at least the minimum wage, so that they can... more >
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22.07.2019 12:42 NDS to Carry out Market Consultations on Finalisation of D1-motorway Stretch
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - The National Motorway Company (NDS) wants to verify its options on finishing the construction of the Lietavska Lucka-Visnove-Dubna Skala (Zilina region) D1-motorway stretch and therefore plans to carry out market consultations, TASR learnt on Monday. The consultations will be carried out exclusively in electronic form. It’s expected that the public procurement for ... more >
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22.07.2019 11:42 Record Number of Companies Paid Zero Income Tax for 2018
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - The number of companies which didn’t pay income tax for 2018 increased this year as 88,849 companies in total declared zero income tax which represents more than a 260-percent increase of 64,220 companies compared to the last year. Companies had the deadline for submitting postponed tax declarations for 2018 set on June 30, 2019. According to Bisnode analyst Petra ... more >
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22.07.2019 10:04 Specialised Criminal Court Launches Proceedings in Case of TV Promissory Notes
Bratislava, July 22 (TASR) - A senate of the Specialised Criminal Court initiated on Monday proceedings in the case of the so-called television promissory notes and obstruction of justice against controversial entrepreneur Marian K. and former general director of television channel Markiza Pavol R.. The proceedings are scheduled to last six days and in absence of Marian K.. "I’ll defend ... more >
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22.07.2019 07:30 Scheduled Events for M O N D A Y, July 22
BRATISLAVA 15.00 President Zuzana Caputova to receive Supreme Court chair Daniela Svecova Presidential Palace am/dfEXP-SR-Schedule-Events-Monday-July 22-2019 more >
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21.07.2019 22:00 SUMMARY-Sunday-July 21, 2019 - 10 p.m.
BRATISLAVA - The Proud of the Family and Rainbow Pride marches held on Saturday (July 20) were calm from the police's point of view as there were no incidents, TASR was told on Sunday by Bratislava regional police spokesperson Michal Szeiff. BRATISLAVA - Marek Mitterpak (Smer-SD) will become a new MP at the next parliamentary session, thereby replacing Miroslav Ciz (Smer-SD), who has left for ... more >
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21.07.2019 20:50 Truban: Agreement with KDH Not About Values But Sign of Decent Communication
Bratislava, July 21 (TASR) - The agreement between Progressive Slovakia (PS) and Together with the Christian Democrats (KDH) isn't about creating a coalition; it should be a sign that they can communicate with each other politely and isn't about value issues, PS/Together coalition leader Michal Truban has told TASR in an interview. Truban added that he sees many opportunities for collaboration... more >
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21.07.2019 20:05 Transport Ministry Expects Record Number of Tourists This Summer
Bratislava, July 21 (TASR) - Slovak tourism is thriving, with the number of visitors growing steadily for the fourth consecutive year, and this summer is also expected to break records in Slovakia, said Transport and Construction Ministry spokesperson Karolina Ducka on Sunday, adding that Slovakia can boast unique tourism features that are difficult to find anywhere else in the world. ... more >
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21.07.2019 19:31 Scheduled Events for M O N D A Y, July 22
BRATISLAVA 15.00 President Zuzana Caputova to receive Supreme Court chair Daniela Svecova Presidential Palace am/dfEXP-SR-Schedule-Events-Monday-July 22-2019 more >
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21.07.2019 19:14 Danko: If Smer Doesn't Submit Changes to Maintenance Collection, I'll Do It
Bratislava, July 21 (TASR) - If Smer-SD doesn't present a proposal for changes in the system of collecting child maintenance, I'll do it, Parliamentary Chair Andrej Danko (Slovak National Party/SNS) has told TASR, adding that he'll submit the proposal to Parliament in the autumn. Danko added that alimony should be collected from non-payers by the state, not by mothers. "A woman shouldn't have ... more >
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21.07.2019 18:23 Hrabko: Caputova Sought Required Respect among V4 Heads of State
Bratislava, July 21 (TASR) - Slovak President Zuzana Caputova was critical during her visits to the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland in order to gain respect among Slovakia's neighbours, publicist Juraj Hrabko has stated in an interview for Tablet. tv, adding that this certainly wasn't a step backwards. "And these were really the kind of initial and courteous visits that every Slovak ... more >
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21.07.2019 17:24 Hlina: Pre-election Cooperation Agreement with PS/Together Has Logic
Bratislava, July 21 (TASR) - The agreement on pre-election cooperation between non-parliamentary parties Progressive Slovakia (PS), Together and the Christian Democrats (KDH) has logic, said KDH chairman Alojz Hlina on Sunday, adding that it provides an alternative to the current governing coalition. However, according to Hlina, the non-aggression agreement doesn't mean that the values of ... more >
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21.07.2019 16:30 Marek Mitterpak to Become New Member of Parliament for Smer-SD
Bratislava 21 July (TASR) - Marek Mitterpak (Smer-SD) will become a new MP at the next parliamentary session, thereby replacing Miroslav Ciz (Smer-SD), who has left for the European Parliament (EP), TASR learnt from Parliament's website. Seats in the European Parliament have also been taken up by other Slovak MPs - Lucia Duris Nicholsonova, Eugen Jurzyca (both Freedom and Solidarity/SaS) and ... more >
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21.07.2019 15:47 Police: No Reported Incidents During Marches Held on Saturday
Bratislava, July 21 (TASR) - The Proud of the Family and Rainbow Pride marches held on Saturday (July 20) were calm from the police's point of view as there were no incidents, TASR was told on Sunday by Bratislava regional police spokesperson Michal Szeiff. "The marches went peacefully. We didn't notice any incidents. more >
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21.07.2019 15:00 Euro Exchange Rates, July 19
European Central Bank Euro exchange rates valid until the new exchange-rates list is published on July 22, 2019. Currency Country Rate USD United States 1.1226 JPY Japan 120. 93 CZK Czech Republic 25.546 GBP United Kingdom 0.89635 HUF Hungary 325. more >
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21.07.2019 07:30 Scheduled Events for S U N D A Y, July 21
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20.07.2019 22:00 SUMMARY-Saturday-July 20, 2019 - 10 p.m.
BRATISLAVA - Dissatisfied farmers from the Farmers Initiative spilled 31 cubic meters of manure in front of the parliamentary building on Saturday morning, with the police already dealing with the case, TASR was told by Bratislava regional police spokesperson Michal Szeiff on the same day. BRATISLAVA - In its campaign before the next year's parliamentary election, the coalition Most-Hid party ... more >
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20.07.2019 21:05 Scheduled Events for S U N D A Y, July 21
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20.07.2019 21:03 ZSSK Cargo Feels Metallurgical Industry Recession, Holds Talks with Unions
Bratislava, July 20 (TASR) State-run rail freight company Zeleznicna Spolocnost Cargo Slovakia (ZSSK Cargo) feels the recession in the metallurgical industry, and it is discussing the situation with trade unions, proposing a four-day working week for selected professions with 60-percent salary compensation, TASR learnt from head of the ZSSK Cargo director general office Silvia Kuncova. This ... more >
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20.07.2019 20:27 EcoMin: We Perceive U.S. Steel's Move as Response to Pan-European Problem
Bratislava, July 20 (TASR) - The announced move of Kosice-based steel mill U.S. Steel is a consequence of the current situation in the market and imports of cheap steel from countries outside the European Union (EU), which do not have to fulfil strict European emission standards, Economy Ministry spokesperson Maros Stano told TASR in response to the announced reduction in the number of ... more >
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20.07.2019 19:38 Four Political Parties Have Been Established in Slovakia This Year
Bratislava, July 20 (TASR) - Four political parties have been established in Slovakia this year, including Hungarian Forum, Slovak Revival Movement, Doprava (meaning both 'transport' and 'to the right' in Slovak), and Christian Democracy - Life and Prosperity, Silvia Keratova from the Interior Ministry's press department told TASR, adding that no political party has been dissolved or cancelled ... more >
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20.07.2019 18:37 LGBTI Supporters Appeal to Politicians Not to Abuse Them for Their Campaign
Bratislava, July 20 (TASR) - At their march on Saturday, gays and lesbians wanted to point to the fact that they also have the right to have a contended and happy life in Slovakia, with the ninth year of the march starting at Hviezdoslav Square in Bratislava, TASR learnt on the same day. The march was also supported by Ombudswoman Maria Patakyova, Bratislava Mayor Matus Vallo and more than 30 ... more >
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20.07.2019 17:42 Proud of Family March Shows Joy of Family, Emphasises Need of Mother and Father
Bratislava, July 20 (TASR) - The Proud of Family march points to the importance of the family and the irreplaceable role of a father and mother for every child, with the eighth year of the Proud of Family march in Bratislava being also supported by Parliamentary Chair Andrej Danko (Slovak National Party/SNS), TASR learnt on Saturday. "The reason why we've come here is just to show the joy of ... more >
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20.07.2019 16:48 Most-Hid Doesn't Want to Use Populist Topics in Its Election Campaign
Bratislava, July 20 (TASR) - In its campaign before the next year's parliamentary election, the coalition Most-Hid party wants to offer solutions to current problems so as to strengthen regions and national minorities, Most-Hid spokesperson Klara Debnar told TASR, adding that the party does not want to use populism-related topics. In the context of the struggle with extremist forces, Most-Hid ... more >
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20.07.2019 15:57 Dissatisfied Farmers Spilled Manure in Front of Parliament
Bratislava, July 20 (TASR) - Dissatisfied farmers from the Farmers Initiative spilled 31 cubic meters of manure in front of the parliamentary building on Saturday morning, with the police already dealing with the case, TASR was told by Bratislava regional police spokesperson Michal Szeiff on the same day. The farmers did so to protest against the construction of a 30-metre tall flagpole to be ... more >
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20.07.2019 15:00 Euro Exchange Rates, July 19
European Central Bank Euro exchange rates valid until the new exchange-rates list is published on July 22, 2019. Currency Country Rate USD United States 1.1226 JPY Japan 120. 93 CZK Czech Republic 25.546 GBP United Kingdom 0.89635 HUF Hungary 325. more >
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20.07.2019 07:30 Scheduled Events for S A T U R D A Y, July 20
BRATISLAVA 14.30 Proud of Family march Rudnayovo Namestie 15.00 Rainbow PRIDE Bratislava 2019 Hviezdoslavovo Namestie mfEXP-SR-Schedule-Events-Saturday-July 20-2019 more >
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19.07.2019 22:00 SUMMARY-Friday-July 19, 2019 - 22 p.m.
BRATISLAVA - President Zuzana Caputova on Friday afternoon visited Nova Cvernovka cultural centre to see a theatrical play titled 'Story of a Gay, Story of a Lesbian', which is part of the LGBTI Rainbow Pride event, slated to be held on Saturday (July 20) in Bratislava, TASR learnt from Henrieta Hajtova of President's Office. BRATISLAVA - Medical labour unions (LOZ) welcome the court decision ... more >
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19.07.2019 20:28 Euro Exchange Rates, July 19
European Central Bank Euro exchange rates valid until the new exchange-rates list is published on July 22, 2019. Currency Country Rate USD United States 1.1226 JPY Japan 120. 93 CZK Czech Republic 25.546 GBP United Kingdom 0.89635 HUF Hungary 325. more >
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19.07.2019 20:26 Scheduled Events for S A T U R D A Y, July 20
BRATISLAVA 14.30 Proud of Family march Rudnayovo Namestie 15.00 Rainbow PRIDE Bratislava 2019 Hviezdoslavovo Namestie mfEXP-SR-Schedule-Events-Saturday-July 20-2019 more >
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19.07.2019 20:23 President Caputova Visits Rainbow Pride-related Theatrical Play
Bratislava, July 19 (TASR) - President Zuzana Caputova on Friday afternoon visited Nova Cvernovka cultural centre to see a theatrical play titled 'Story of a Gay, Story of a Lesbian', which is part of the LGBTI Rainbow Pride event, slated to be held on Saturday (July 20) in Bratislava, TASR learnt from Henrieta Hajtova of President's Office. The play is an original Slovak production, aimed to ... more >
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19.07.2019 20:04 Labour Unions Applaud Court Verdict on Profit Ban
Bratislava, July 19 (TASR) - Medical labour unions (LOZ) welcome the court decision that turned down the lawsuit of Penta financial group against the state over the ban on health insurance companies profits, TASR learnt from LOZ chair Peter Visolajsky on Friday. "Health insurance paid in the form of mandatory levies by all citizens shouldn't be the source of profit, it shouldn't be used to ... more >
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19.07.2019 19:48 Smer-SD and Health Committee Chair Zelnik Welcome Verdict on Profit Ban
Bratislava, July 19 (TASR) - Both governing Smer-SD party and House health committee chairman Stefan Zelnik (Slovak National Party/SNS) welcome the Friday's decision by the Bratislava Regional Court I that handed down a verdict in favour of Slovakia in the lonstanding legal battle between the state and Penta financial group over ban on profits for health insurers, TASR learnt on the same day. ... more >
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19.07.2019 18:47 Finance Minister Kamenicky Glad to See State Win Lawsuit Over Profit Ban
Bratislava, July 19 (TASR) - Finance Minister Ladislav Kamenicky (Smer-SD) is happy with the verdict of the Bratislava District Court I, which granted the state a victory in the lawsuit over the ban on profits for health insurers, TASR learnt on Friday. "I'm incredibly glad that the court affirmed our opinion and we won the lawsuit. I'd like to use the opportunity to thank all my colleagues at... more >
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19.07.2019 18:34 Bratislava Court Turns Down Penta's Claim to Compensation Over Ban on Profits
Bratislava, July 19 (TASR) - Bratislava District Court I turned down the lawsuit by Penta financial group against the state over the ban on health insurer profits, therefore the state doesn't have to pay compensation to the tune of €82 million, compounded with interest of more than €140 million, over alleged damages caused by the ban, TASR learnt on Friday. The verdict is not valid yet. A ... more >
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19.07.2019 17:23 Minister Gajdos Ready to Defend Production of Armoured Vehicles Before Gov't
Bratislava, July 19 (TASR) - Defence Minister Peter Gajdos (Slovak National Party/SNS) is willing to defend the procurement of 8x8 armoured military vehicles and their testing results if the relevant material is deliberated on by the Government, TASR was told by Defence Ministry spokesperson Danka Capakova on Friday. The draft was submitted to the Slovak Security Council in November 2018, but ... more >
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19.07.2019 15:35 Caputova: We Can’t Allow Ourselves to Be Divided and Polarised
Bratislava, July 19 (TASR) - Families in Slovakia are mainly jeopardised by poor social and economic conditions and low salaries, which often force parents to work abroad, President Zuzana Caputova stated on Facebook on Friday with regard to the Proud of Family and Rainbow Pride marches which will take place simultaneously on Saturday in Bratislava. "I respect the right of both communities to ... more >
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19.07.2019 15:00 SUMMARY-Friday-July 19, 2019 - 3 p.m.
WASHINGTON/BRATISLAVA - Slovak Foreign Affairs Minister and current OSCE Chairperson-in-Office Miroslav Lajcak appreciated on Thursday the new recommitment to an unlimited ceasefire in eastern Ukraine starting from July 21, which was agreed at the meeting of the Trilateral Contact Group held in Minsk on Wednesday. BRATISLAVA - The opposition Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) party stated on Friday ... more >
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19.07.2019 14:34 Survey: More Than 10 percent of Slovaks Have Experience with LGBTI Colleagues
Bratislava, July 19 (TASR) - With regard to the Rainbow Pride march which will take place on Saturday in Bratislava, company Profesia has carried out a survey which showed that there’s a great imbalance in Slovakia between employees who’ve encountered LGBTI colleagues at work and employees who haven’t. Approximately 11 percent of the respondents stated that at their work they've come in contact... more >
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