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18.02.2019 13:43 Simecka and Bilcik Leaders of PS-Together Joint Slate for EP Elections
Bratislava, February 18 - Michal Simecka and Vladimir Bilcik announced on Monday that they will head the joint slate of the extra-parliamentary Progressive Slovakia (PS) and Together-Civic Democracy parties in the European Parliament (EP) elections due to be held in May, adding they aim to achieve a two-digit result. The two leaders characterised their parties' slate as a "clear pro-European ... more >
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18.02.2019 09:57 Slovakia to Give Financial Support to Reconstruction of Meudon Observatory
Bratislava, February 18 (TASR) - This year, the Year of Milan Rastistav Stefanik, Slovakia will support the reconstruction of an observatory in the Paris suburb of Meudon, where Stefanik worked as an astronomer at the beginning of the 20th century, said Culture Minister Lubica Lassakova (Smer-SD) at her meeting with French Ambassador to Slovakia Christophe Leonzi last week. The Slovak minister... more >
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18.02.2019 12:34 Lajcak Holds Talks with Klimkin in Brussels
Brussels, February 18 (TASR) - Slovak Foreign and European Affairs Minister and current chair of the OSCE Miroslav Lajcak held talks with his Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin during a Foreign Affairs Session (FAC) meeting in Brussels on Sunday, TASR has been informed by the press team of the Foreign Affairs Ministry. The two ministers assessed the situation in Ukraine and the surrounding ... more >
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18.02.2019 13:23 Lajcak Holds Series of Bilateral Talks in Munich
Munich, February 18 (TASR) - Foreign Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajcak (a Smer-SD nominee) on his second day at the Munich Security Conference [before heading to Brussels - ed. note] held a series of bilateral talks with his foreign counterparts, TASR has been told by the press team of the Foreign Affairs Ministry. Less than week after US State Secretary Mike Pompeo visited Bratislava, Lajcak ... more >
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18.02.2019 11:39 Analysts: Higher Salaries and Prices for Services Influencing Inflation
Bratislava, February 18 (TASR) - According to experts, significant salary growth and growing prices for services will be the main factors influencing inflation in Slovakia in the upcoming period. The Finance Ministry's latest prognosis envisages stable inflation at 2.6 percent this year, and analysts estimate the figure roughly at the same level. Inflation amounted to 2.2 percent in January. more >
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18.02.2019 07:30 Scheduled Events for M O N D A Y, February 18
BRATISLAVA 13.00 Opposition-initiated parliamentary session with a no- confidence motion in Education Minister Martina Lubyova on the agenda Parliament, Nam. A. Dubceka 1 JERUSALEM (ISRAEL) ***** Summit of V4 and Israeli premiers (until February 19) (covered by a TASR correspondent) am/dfEXP-SR-Schedule-Events-Monday-February 18-2019 more >
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18.02.2019 15:59 INESS: Special Levy for Chain Stores Drove Prices Up in January
Bratislava, February 18 (TASR) - The levy on the turnover of food chain stores was reflected in an increase of prices in January with a share of approximately 0.1 percentage point, which is an increase of €50 million when compared to the annual household consumption, TASR learnt from the Economic and Social Analysis Institute (INESS) on Monday. Since the two biggest chain stores are still not ... more >
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18.02.2019 13:56 Pellegrini: Slovakia to Have Innovation Diplomat in Israel
Jerusalem, February 18 (TASR-correspondent) - Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini (Smer-SD) stated during his flight to Israel that Israel will be among the first countries in which Slovakia will place a so-called diplomat for innovations, TASR learnt on the same day. "They will be placed in only four countries [Israel, the USA, China and Finland], and Israel is among the first countries where ... more >
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18.02.2019 14:37 Slovak Cultural-Information Centre in Jerusalem to Be Opened in 2019
Jerusalem/Bratislava, February 18 (TASR-correspondent) - The creation of a Slovak Cultural and Information Centre in Jerusalem is entering its final stage, said Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini (Smer-SD) during his flight to Israel on Monday, adding that the centre should start operating in Israel under the auspices of the Culture Ministry in 2019. "The [Slovak] ambassador will inform me how ... more >
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18.02.2019 15:31 RSF Concerned With Interventions into Investigation of Kuciak's Murder
Brussels, February 18 (TASR) - NGO organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF) expressed on Monday its concerns regarding political interventions into the investigation of the murder of Slovak investigative journalist Jan Kuciak. RSF admitted that there's been undeniable progress in the investigation of the murder, however, it called on responsible Slovak authorities to secure completely ... more >
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18.02.2019 15:00 SUMMARY-Monday-February 18, 2019 - 3 p.m.
BRATISLAVA - This year, the Year of Milan Rastistav Stefanik, Slovakia will support the reconstruction of an observatory in the Paris suburb of Meudon, where Stefanik worked as an astronomer at the beginning of the 20th century, said Culture Minister Lubica Lassakova (Smer-SD) at her meeting with French Ambassador to Slovakia Christophe Leonzi last week. BRATISLAVA - According to experts, ... more >
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18.02.2019 14:20 Dissatisfied Farmers Heading from Kosice and Bardejov to Slovak Capital
Bratislava, February 18 (TASR) - Dissatisfied farmers are heading from Kosice and Bardejov (Presov region) to the Slovak capital on their tractors, Partrik Magdosko of the Farmers Initiative told TASR on Monday, adding that they'll be joined by others from the Zitny Ostrov area on Tuesday (February 19). "One hundred instead of the originally planned 960 tractors will arrive in Bratislava," said... more >
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