The United States, Slovakia, and the entire Global Coalition will continue to support our regional partners until ISIS has been defeated and the suffering ends.
Increase in salaries depends on trade unions signing Memorandum that no strikes against the government will be held until 2020.
Slovak canning factory offers a can of Tatra air for €1.50
New fields are an opportunity
PM Robert Fico will appoint Jahnátek officially into the post on Tuesday
The brand has not expanded to other cities outside of the capital, this may change soon.
Most of the graduating students were Greeks
Summer storms cause property damage, destroy gardens and possibly the harvest
The history of the central-Slovak town of Žarnovica is closely connected with the nearby environment.
Do not trust the hoax that tells you it will - and other hoaxes that appeared on the Slovak internet this week.
A powerful storm swept through the city on July 23.
Butter will now be used for products meant for the eastern-European market.
The revitalisation project lasted from October until April.
Young Slovak talents made the hearts of sports fans race with their performance at the World Championship in water slalom.
The Slovak Spectator brings you the set of the most frequently asked questions with regard to buying and selling real estate in Slovakia.
Štefan Nosáľ, long-time choreographer and artistic director of the Lúčnica folklore ensemble, died at the age of 90.
It’s true that in the past four months, Mr Fico has been comparatively less busy than his Visegrad Group partners.
Most people want the EU to exist in the future – we just have to mobilise this majority and not take things for granted, says Austrian Ambassador to Slovakia Helfried Carl in an interview with The Slovak Spectator.
The new law should secure that the employees dispatched to Austria receive the same wage for the same work in the same place.
They received commemorative medals awarded on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the reformation.
The museum and fortifications also house mediaeval weaponry.
The project is expected to restore the activities in tourism and promotion of cultural traditions.
Without the help of humans, baby harriers almost always die during harvest.
At one point in the history Pressburg, now Bratislava, was bigger and more important town than Vienna.
The aim of the project is to get students in touch with other cultures, teach them how to cook and serve their traditional dishes.
The Slovak capital will have one of the oldest populations in Slovakia as well as in central Europe.
The city under Zobor is beautiful also from a bird’s perspective.
Economic analyst sees cyclic economic growth behind the fall in unemployment.
More than 40 people collapsed due to hot weather on Thursday.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will meet with Fico to discuss double quality standards of foods on July 27 in Brussels.
In-line skaters and cyclists can enjoy roads cleared of cars.
Liturgy takes place in Parma, Ohio.
The social worker who visited the journalist of the Denník N daily did not follow the prescribed manual, which might have resulted in confusion and a misinterpretation of the entire situation, said the minister.
Tips for performances and other events in the Slovak regions between July 21 and 30, including a castle festival, a parkour meeting, a hip-hop dance and music festival, a festival of minorities, a special run, rowing to harp music, a historical train ride, and a lot of open-air music or concerts at romantic, historical sites.
A three-day event beginning on July 21 will demonstrate the practices and skills of the village’s raftsmen - and rafts woman.
Outpatient doctors are insisting on more funding for surgeries
Neither Slovakia nor the Czech Republic are countries in which tourism could be viewed as the bedrock of their economies, an analysis by UniCredit Bank finds.
Former opposition MP Daniel Lipšic had stepped down after fatal pedestrian crash.
The works of the renowned Master Paul are not limited just to Levoča.
Slovakia takes first steps to regulate animals in circuses.
Visitors can see modern solar exploration devices as well as a cosmic ray detector.
This year the support from consumers will be even higher.
The recently acknowledged contamination of land and underground waters by waste from a former chemical plant has initiated analyses of selected private wells in the area.
The nephews of the former parliamentary speaker were freed by the courts which insisted new evidence must be found.
Slovakia is far from fully tapping its tourism prospects.
Youtubers give their viewers a sample of the mountains and streets of Slovakia.
Ministry gives up idea of teaching pupils one type of writing only, for now.
Prepared amendment should motivate vocational schools to collaborate more.
Clients are expected to receive nothing.
The busy road will remain closed at least until the end of July.
The last Saturday of July will offer a treat for railway enthusiasts in Košice Region.
Tips for performances and other events in the capital between July 21 and July 30, including concerts, parties, festivals, classical music, inline skating, exhibitions and more.
It will host concerts, discussions, screenings, the reading of books and more.
Slovak cyclist Peter Sagan complains about impersonal behavior of jury.
Some Polish children at British schools have better results than the British.
The controversial amnesties granted by former prime minister Vladimír Mečiar were cancelled after 19 years.
Slovaks have to defend themselves against the double quality standards in food, according to Prime Minister Robert Fico.
They were all on one rope, when the ledge they were standing on broke away.
The first ethnic group known by name which lived on Slovak territory may have ended differently than previously thought, shows an exhibition presenting many artefacts, interactive features and models.
The Slovak Spectator spent several days on the Darknet.
Three unannounced inspections of large Slovak bakeries were recently reported.
A string quartet performed in Stáržovské vrchy cave earlier this month.
Beginning in mid-July, Wizz Air will run four weekly flights between Bratislava Airport and the Macedonian capital.
This summer had the second-hottest June of recorded temperatures.
In a ranking of 180 capitals, Bratislava is close to the middle and far behind other European metropolises