Farmers and food producers are deeply concerned about the European market becoming flooded with food products that would otherwise have been designated for export.
21 August, 1968 was one of the darkest dates of modern history of Slovakia, stated President Andrej Kiska.
As stipulated in a recent agreement, Slovakia has modernised the Vojany-Uzhgorod gas pipeline and is thus able to provide a reverse flow from Western Europe to Ukraine.
Despite the record-breaking hike in the level of the minimum wage from €352 to €380 per month as of next year, Slovak companies employing people for this wage won't see their expenditures rise, the Hospodárske Noviny daily reported on Tuesday.
Bears and bear encounters have been dominating Slovak news recently, following on reports from farmers and hunting groups that bear encounters are increasing in northern and eastern Slovakia.
The City of Bratislava rented the land around the embassy in 2005 for a period of ten years.
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