BRATISLAVA – Minister defends border regime

By |maj 7th, 2020|border regime, Bratislava, coronavirus, COVID-19, health crisis, lifting measures, News, ombudswoman, Roman Mikulec, Slovakia, The Capitals|

In response to the reports suggesting that Slovakia's strict border regime implemented since the lockdown does not have sufficient legal standing, Interior Minister Roman Mikulec (OĽaNO) said the government had closed the border after sending a notification letter to the European Commission invoking article 23 of Schengen Border Codex

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Slovakia will slap €1,659 fine if you disobey COVID-19 quarantine

By |marec 13th, 2020|Bratislava, Breaking, coronavirus, COVID-19, Health, News, Slovakia, update|

While nine news cases have been confirmed as of Friday (13 March), bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 25, no one has yet died from the virus. As of Friday (13 March), those entering the country will have to work or live Slovakia and will have to self-quarantine upon arrival or face a €1,659 fine.

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GLOBSEC Forum: ‘No reason to protest, people have a great life’, Babis says

By |junij 11th, 2019|Andrej Babis, Bratislava, China, Czech protests, EU, GLOBSEC, Huawei, Marietje Schaake, Miroslav Lajak, News, Peter Pellegrini, Russia, Slovakia, US|

As GLOBSEC's 2019 forum in Bratislava kicked off last week, EURACTIV went along to listen to world leaders from politics, civil society and business, on the EU’s place amid unstable political contexts. Here are the main talking points from the Saturday forum.

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Europe’s ambitious but uncertain future on show at Bratislava forum

By |junij 7th, 2019|Aleksandar Vučić, Angela Merkel, Barnier, Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, Bratislava, Brexit, EPP, EU, Fidesz, Future of Europe, George Ciamba, GLOBSEC, Globsec2019, Hashim Thaçi, Hungary, Kosovo, manfred weber, Maria João Rodrigues, Michel Barnier, Mikuláš Dzurinda, Montenegro, News, Peter Szijjarto, Romania, rule of law, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Spitzenkandidaten, Timothy Garton Ash, Western Balkans|

As Globsec’s 2019 forum in Bratislava kicked off earlier this week, EURACTIV went along to listen to world leaders from politics, civil society and business on the Future of Europe. Here we present a summary of the main talking points in the field, across the first two days.

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