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Brussels says Slovak rail company obstructed antitrust inspection

The European Commission on September 25 informed Slovak rail company ZSSK of its preliminary view that the company obstructed a Commission inspection by giving...

EU subsidies cultivate fraud in Slovakia

Interest groups in Slovakia are using mafia methods to make a grab for European Union direct grants for agricultural areas. And they do this...

Slain Slovak reporter was targeted, says prosecutor

The slain Slovak journalist Jan Kuciak was targeted. Slovak Prosecutor General Jaromir Ciznar said on May 9 in Bratislava that investigators were almost certain...

Czech, Slovak PMs warn of European fragmentation

Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini warned the European Union risks fragmentation unless Brussels does not start respecting member state’s interests. “We can see the risk...

Slovak PM resigns amid journalist murder scandal

Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico has resigned after the death of reporter Jan Kuciak has shone a spotlight on corruption in Slovakia, prompting nationwide...

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MEPs want stricter rules to reduce plastic pellet losses

The Parliament has recently adopted a proposal to urgently...

Parliament approves more transparent, investment-friendly and flexible EU fiscal rules

The European Parliament has approved a significant overhaul of...

New regulation bans products made with forced labour from EU Single Market

Parliament has approved a new regulation allowing the EU...

President Duda wants Poland to join the Nuclear Sharing programme

Alexander Lukashenko announced on December 2023 that Russia has recently...

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