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At an international conference in Lancut held on 22 October, Romania, Bulgaria and Greece joined the project for the Via Carpatia land transit route, which will lead from Lithuania through Poland, Slovakia and Hungary, and further…
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On 24 October, in the Austrian town of Baumgarten, work allowing the direction of gas transport from Slovakia through the branch of the Brotherhood transit gas pipeline to be reversed was completed. The new gas supply direction…
Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski
Slovakia does not have to fear formal sanctions for evading granting a loan for Greece and the aversion of EU leaders to Bratislava will only be temporary.
Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski
The Slovakian government has accepted the establishment of the European Financial Stability Facility but refused to contribute to the loan for Greec.
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On 23 June, Iveta Radicova, leader of the Slovak Democratic and Christian Union – Democratic Party (SDKU-DS) was entrusted by President Ivan Gasparovic with the mission of forming the government. SDKU-DS signed a programme declaration…
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On 18 June Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico announced that Slovakia will not support the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) for euro zone countries unless the Slovak centre-right – which won a majority of seats in…
Analyses | | Mateusz Gniazdowski
The ruling party Smer has won the election but the government will be established by the centre-right. The change in power will improve the atmosphere in Slovak-Hungarian relations.
Analyses | | Mateusz Gniazdowski, Jakub Groszkowski
Amendments made to Hungarian law sparks strong opposition from Slovakia. The introduction of the new provisions will however have wider repercussions.
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On 12 May the Slovak Statistical Office announced that in the first quarter of 2010 the Slovak GDP has increased by 4.5% year on year, which probably constitutes the best result in the EU (Poland has not yet revealed its quarterly…

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On 8 May, the eurozone member states granted Greece a three-year loan of 80 billion euros aimed at stabilising the country’s public finances. This decision has raised strong controversies in new members of the euro group,…