Liberal candidate Zuzana Čaputová won Slovakia’s presidential election on Saturday, becoming the central European country’s first ever female president. Despite having almost no political experience,...
Ambassador of the Slovak Republic to Serbia H.E. Dagmar Repčeková presented the global goals of the Slovak OSCE Chairmanship 2019, but also those that...
With a series of activities, the Embassy of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic in Belgrade marked three significant anniversaries: 100 years since the founding of Czechoslovakia, the century since the end of the World War I, and centenary since the establishment of diplomatic relations with Serbia (Yugoslavia). Read more
With a series of activities, the Embassy of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic in Belgrade marked three significant anniversaries: 100 years since...
The Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Belgrade for the third year in a row held Open Door Day.
On the occasion of marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia, the Embassy of the Czech Republic and the Embassy of the Slovak Republic, in cooperation with the Belgrade’s Science and Technology Museum, organised the exhibition "Glass - Origin and Life".
Miroslav Lajčák, Slovakian Foreign Minister
We see our EU membership as the completion of the political and economic success story of modern Slovakia, and there is no better alternative for us than a functioning, strong and successful European Union. But unity does not mean uniformity, and we freely express our views, whether it comes to migration or enlargement policies
The Embassy of Slovakia in Belgrade organised a reception on its premises on 1st February, to commemorate the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of Slovakia.
Slovakian company MSM Group, a member of the Czechoslovak Group, which owns world-renowned companies Tatra and Avia, has symbolically received the keys to the...
Countries that have exhibited their works were Slovakia, Czechia, Austria, Hungary, Poland and Serbia
Reception held at the premises of the Embassy of the Republic of Slovakia in Belgrade
H.E. Dagmar Repčeková, Ambassador of the Slovak Republic to Serbia
Slovakia is among five of the 28 EU member states not to have recognised Kosovo, and therefore we could hardly ask of Serbia that which we ourselves have not done. But we ask Belgrade to normalise relations with Pristina, with a legally binding written accord of some kind