Thursday, 14 June 2018

The Slovak Spectator

25 years on, most Czechs and Slovaks still oppose their breakup

The Slovak Spectator |
19 December 2017

More than two thirds of Czechs and Slovaks still believe there should have been a referendum on the division of their common state in 1992.

Why Slovaks should start fearing the Czechs

The Slovak Spectator |
23 November 2017

Political somersaults in the Czech Republic can easily threaten Slovakia. If the presidential elections and government formation in Prague take a wilder turn, the country beneath the Tatra mountains will become the last island of liberal democracy in a region full of "strange" regimes resistant to the European Union.

Czech EPH to gain 49% stake in SSE energy utility

The Slovak Spectator |
4 September 2013

The Czech energy group Energetický a Prúmyslový Holding (EPH) has been given the Slovak government's consent to acquire a 49-percent stake in the Slovak energy distributor Stredoslovenská Energetika (SSE) from a branch of Électricité de France.

President Miloš Zeman will visit Slovakia in early April

The Slovak Spectator |
20 March 2013

Czech President Miloš Zeman will come to Slovakia for an official two-day visit on April 4, his first foreign visit after becoming head of state in the Czech Republic earlier this month.

Czech Airlines suspends its Prague-Bratislava service

The Slovak Spectator |
13 July 2011

Czech Airlines (ČSA) is suspending flights between Prague and Bratislava as of August 1 until further notice after the company recently introduced several direct flights from Bratislava to major European cities, the TASR newswire reported.

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