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Bibiana Bieleková, Director of the Waddell Center for Multiple Sclerosis and Associate Professor of Neurology with tenure at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, was a guest in the talk show "Slovak-American Café”.
“Slovakia and the United States are strategic partners. We are connected by our values and by our economies,“ said Ivan Korčok, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs today (27 March 2018) when speaking at a prestigious American university – the George Washington University. At an event called “Talking EU and Transatlantic Relations” Korčok expressed a clear belief that the European Union and the United States have been sharing a long history of close cooperation that had been important in the past, and that in the world of turmoil today its necessity has been underscored even more significantly. The State Secretary’s speech was symbolically delivered on the day of 15th anniversary of the accession of the Slovak Republic to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (27 March 2003). This year, we also commemorate several anniversaries: 25 years since the establishment of independent Slovakia and diplomatic relations between the Slovak Republic and the United States as well as 100 years from the establishment of Czechoslovakia. In this regard, Korčok highlighted the active role of the United States in the process of building a modern and democratic Slovakia all the way from the times of President Wilson and the establishment of our joint state with the Czechs to their assistance during the transition period after the independent Slovakia had been established.
On February 15 2018, we have successfully kicked-off our new talk show series “Slovak-American Café”.
On February 13 – 14, Political Directors from the Foreign Ministries of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries visited Washington, DC.
On January 26, 2018, the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Washington DC hosted a screening of the film “The Line” (Čiara).