The Visegrád Group (V4) leaders have shown immense support for Egypt, adopting all of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s proposals and vowing to persuade the European Union to do the same.
Racing in mist and fog Slovakia's Petra Vlhova snatched first place from the American Mikaela Shiffrin over the first run of the World Cup slalom in Levi, Finland, on Saturday.
Riding a wave of public fury over corruption, liberal lawyer Zuzana Caputova won Slovakia's presidential election on Saturday.
Leaders of the four central European Visegrad states announced Thursday they would not attend an informal meeting organised by EU Commission President.
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A trade mission will visit Slovakia and Poland in May to explore joint investment opportunities and boost trade ties.
Films from three European countries will be screening across four weeks as part of the V4 Film Festival Cairo, starting on April 4.
Slovaks returned to the streets in their tens of thousands on Thursday.
South Korea’s Samsung Electronics said on Saturday that it would consolidate its TV production plants in Slovakia.
Shrieks of laughter by non-disabled and disabled children having fun together at Hungarian playgrounds are becoming more common thanks to some determined parents.
Slovakia seeks to increase trade cooperation with Egypt next year, Deputy Head of Mission for Trade Economics at Embassy of Slovakia in Cairo Milan Vojtko said.
Slovakia has become a pro-European island in its region, Prime Minister Robert Fico said on Monday.
Slovakian Peter Sagan became the first rider to claim three road race world championships in a row when he prevailed in a sprint finish on Sunday.
The EU's top court on Wednesday threw out a challenge from Hungary and Slovakia against a quota scheme by Brussels
“We are doing all we can to support Egypt's stability as a pillar of the stability of the entire region,” said Slovakia’s prime minister.
The only non-member states that have been invited to Visegrad meetings are Egypt, Germany, and Japan