Activities

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    24.02.2020
    | Aktivity ministra
    “I’m convinced that Slovakia’s permanent diplomatic presence in Armenia will lead to the further development of political and cultural, as well as economic relations between our two countries." These were the words spoken by Miroslav Lajčák, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, who opened the Embassy of the Slovak Republic to Armenia during his official visit to Armenia today (24 February 2020). "The opening of the permanent representation 27 years after the establishment of diplomatic relations opens a new chapter in our relations," underlined the chief Slovak diplomat.
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    20.02.2020
    | Aktivity ministra
    The excellent bilateral relations, the outstanding cooperation within the European Union and other international organisations, and also the ample experience with conflict prevention and resolution in the world – these were among the themes of today’s visit (February, 20, 2020) of Miroslav Lajčák, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, to Finland.
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    19.02.2020
    | Aktivity ministra | Predsedníctvo Slovenska v OBSE
    Miroslav Lajčák, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic received today (February 19, 2020) Roger Frederick Wicker in Bratislava. At the meeting with the member of the American Senate and the Republican Party, the partners focused particularly on transatlantic relations and emphasized their strategic importance.
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    19.02.2020
    | Aktivity ministra |
    Miroslav Lajčák, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic received today (February 19, 2020) Lijie Sun, Designated Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Slovakia, on the occasion of the ambassador’s presenting his credentials.
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    19.02.2020
    | Aktivity ministra | Predsedníctvo Slovenska v OBSE
    Today (February 19, 2020), Miroslav Lajčák, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic received Jillian Stirk, Head of the ODIHR EAM (Election Assessment Mission of the Organisation for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights) of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), and the members of EAM, as they arrived in Slovakia to begin their mission.
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    18.02.2020
    | Aktivity ministra
    Excellent bilateral relations, common positions regarding many foreign-policy issues, a dynamic economic cooperation, common views on the identical status and the rights of ethnic minorities – these were the topics, among others, of the official visit of the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák, to Romania, where he arrived today (February 18, 2020). In Bucharest he met with his counterpart Bogdan Aurescu and was received by the President Klaus Werner Iohannis and by the Prime Minister Ludovic Orban. At all three meetings, the partners confirmed the high level of cooperation and intensive bilateral relations between the two countries.
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    17.02.2020
    | Aktivity ministra | SR a EÚ | Slovensko a Európska únia |
    The current affairs in Libya, an evaluation of relations between the EU and Africa, a meeting of the EU foreign affairs ministers with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of India, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding with the European Endowment for Democracy, and a speech delivered at the donors’ conference for Albania – such was the agenda of the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Miroslav Lajčák, at the meeting of the EU Foreign Affairs Council, on Monday (February 17, 2020) in Brussels.
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    15.02.2020
    | Aktivity ministra | Medzinárodné fóra a konferencie
    A marathon of talks during the entire day and speeches delivered at two accompanying forums – such was the second day of the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák, at the prestigious Munich Security Conference. The accompanying events focused on Ukraine and the Three Seas Initiative, which has 12 affiliated countries. Their goal is to connect, via infrastructure, the area from the Baltic Sea all the way to the Black Sea.
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    14.02.2020
    | Aktivity ministra | Medzinárodné fóra a konferencie
    “I see the Munich Security Conference as one of the most prestigious in the world since in terms of participation and scope it sets the trends in the area of security policy. I made good use of the first day of the conference, and in addition to the main programme of the event, I took part in five bilateral meetings and three accompanying events.” These were the words of the Slovak Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Miroslav Lajčák, after the first day of the security conference which started today (February 14, 2020) in the Bavarian metropolis. At the first accompanying event with the title European Leadership Network, the main theme was the use of modern technologies for national security and also transatlantic relations. “It was a platform where I emphasized the importance of transatlantic ties; these have been strong and identical,” noted the chief Slovak diplomat. He also added that the transatlantic relations need to renew the element of strategic predictability. The Balkan Security Round Table was the title of the second accompanying event which was attended by the highest state officials from Southeastern Europe.
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    13.02.2020
    | Aktivity ministra | Aktivity štátnych tajomníkov
    “This is one of my last speeches as the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic. I have devoted 9 years of my life to this mission. I would like to use this opportunity to share a couple of sincere and well-intended messages.” These were the words of the chief Slovak diplomat Miroslav Lajčák, with which he began his closing remarks at the conference “Foreign and European Policy of the Slovak Republic 2016-2020” which took place on Thursday, February 13, at the Foreign Affairs Ministry.