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As a part of the Slovak Movie Night the movie “Rosy Dreams“ by Dušan Hanák was screened at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Washington DC on September 5, 2018.
50 years ago, in August 1968, the Soviet Union and several other members of the Warsaw Pact invaded Czechoslovakia as a reaction to an attempt to reform the communist regime in the country and bring more freedom to its people. An ordinary man became a hero, a symbol of the spontaneous resistance: the so-called bare-chested man standing unarmed in front of a tank in the downtown of Bratislava.
Joint centennial celebration of Czechoslovakia took part on September 7, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri. Honorary Consuls and Embassies of the two countries in cooperation with the Czech and Slovak Club of Kansas City organized the opening of the historical exhibition depicting the difficult road towards the independence of the Slovaks and Czechs during the World War I.
The First Catholic Slovak Union, in collaboration with the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Washington DC, Consulate General in New York, and Slovak parishes in New York, Clifton, Trenton and Linden organized the traditional Slovak mass on the occasion of the Feast of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows, Slovakia's patron saint.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the military invasion of Warsaw Pact troops to Czechoslovakia, three documentaries (The Time We Live, Black Days and The Wave) were screened on August 22, 2018 at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Washington. tri dobové dokumentárne filmy (Čas, ktorý žijeme, Čierne dni, Tryzna).