19.3.2015 | Vyhlásenia a stanoviská ministerstva | Maďarsko
Today (19 March) marks 20 years since the signing of the Treaty on Good-Neighbourly Relations and Friendly Co-Operation between the Republic of Hungary and the Slovak Republic. The treaty, signed in Paris on 19 March 1995, is considered by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic as an important international legal instrument on the basis of which bilateral relations between our countries have been developing in many areas of mutual interest for two decades.
19.3.2015 | Aktivity ministra | Čierna Hora
Podgorica (19 March) – “Montenegro faces many challenging tasks in its integration process but in accomplishing those tasks the country can rely on clear support from Slovakia,” stated Miroslav Lajčák, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, during his visit in Podgorica. Minister Lajčák held talks in Montenegro on Wednesday and Thursday with the country’s President Filip Vujanović, Speaker of the Parliament Ranko Krivokapić, Prime Minister Milo Djukanović, and with his departmental counterpart Igor Lukšić as well as with Interior Minister Raško Konjević and Deputy Prime Minister Duško Marković.
19.3.2015 | Vyhlásenia a stanoviská ministerstva | Rusko
The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic sees the signature of the so-called Treaty on the Alliance and Strategic Partnership between the Russian Federation and the breakaway region of South Ossetia as yet another violation of international law. The issue of free border crossing is of particular concern. The signing of the above mentioned treaty, as that of the “Treaty on State Borders” dated 18 February 2015 between Russian Federation and the breakaway region of South Ossetia, undermines stabilization efforts of the international community in the South Caucasus region, seriously violates territorial integrity of Georgia, and thus again contradicts the international law.
19.3.2015 | Vyhlásenia a stanoviská ministerstva | Tunisko
The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic (MFEA SR) strongly condemns the terrorist attack in Tunisia in which 20 people from various countries lost their lives and many more suffered injuries. This deplorable act shows contempt of the fundamental right to human life. The Slovak Republic supports the people of Tunisia and the country’s political leaders in their efforts to establish tolerance and democracy, as were shown in the last elections, and believes the country will not let the tragedy intimidate it. MFEA SR assures the international community that Slovakia will continue cooperating in the fight against every form of terrorism. The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic expresses condolences to the relatives and friends of the victims.
18.3.2015 | Aktivity ministra | Krajania, kultúra a školstvo | Srbsko
Miroslav Lajčák, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, festively unveiled a large-size painting commemorating 1150 years since the arrival of St. Cyril and St. Methodius in the premises of the diplomacy department today (18 March), painted by Ján Glózik, a naive artist from Kovačica, Serbia, who worked on the picture for 15 months and presented it to the Office for Slovaks Living Abroad.
17.3.2015 | Aktivity štátnych tajomníkov | Slovensko a Európska únia
A discussion on draft conclusions for the European Council (19-20 March) dominated the General Affairs Council (GAC) meeting in Brussels today (17 March).
17.3.2015 | Aktivity štátnych tajomníkov | Slovensko a OSN
The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic (MFEA SR) welcomes the nomination of Peter Burian, State Secretary of MFEA SR, as the EU Special Representative for Central Asia nominated by Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission.
16.3.2015 | Aktivity ministra | Slovensko a Európska únia
Brussels (16 March) – The relationships of the European Union with Africa, migration issues, the situation in Libya and preparations for the Eastern Partnership Summit were discussed by foreign ministers of the 28 European Union member states in their regular meeting in Brussels today. Slovakia was represented by Miroslav Lajčák, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic. From Slovakia’s view, he pointed out another two important topics, namely the nomination of a new EU Special Representative for Central Asia and opening the avenue for implementation of the Stabilization and Association Agreement with the EU for Bosnia and Herzegovina.