Bratislava, Slovakia Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. German chancellor in Warsaw fo...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Warsaw Voice

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited Warsaw on Friday in order to discuss the issue of migrants and the shape of a post-Brexit EU with the Prime Ministers of the Visegrad group V4 . The four central European nations have been opposing many EU policies, including those pushing them to accept many more migrants.

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  2. U.S. Ambassador: We see Romania on a positive trackRead the original story

    Sunday | Nine O'Clock

    U.S. Ambassador to Romania Hans Klemm in Alba Iulia on Saturday evening said that Romania is on a positive track, having significant contributions to the international security, also voicing his appreciation for the fight against corruption. From the U.S. perspective, we now see Romania on a positive track.

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  3. New tans, same old 'polycrisis' as Europe's summer endsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Star Online

    The European Union grinds back into action this week after its August break, still dazed by Britain's midsummer vote to quit the EU and facing much the same "polycrisis" as a year ago: a mass of refugees, a fragile economy, hostile Russians and, yes, those Brits, now more awkward than ever. When President Jean-Claude Juncker makes his annual State of the Union address to Parliament in Strasbourg on Sept.

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  4. Hungarian PM says EU needs to create an army of its ownRead the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | Post-gazette.com

    ... with the leaders of Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary came ahead of an EU summit in Bratislava, Slovakia, next month without Britain. One of the main topics was to discuss Britain's vote to leave the group. The four central European ...

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  5. Magazine 27.8.2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Radio Prague

    In Magazine: Czech helicopter pilot stops at a petrol station in Slovakia to fill up, a locksmith builds his own ultra-light plane in order to be able to fly to work daily, two Czechs on a twin bike crash a Mercedes in Slovakia, some ZlA n employees are enjoying a week of beef steaks and Czech archeologists are excited over what may be a unique find - the oldest ornament ever found in Europe. A Czech helicopter pilot caused a stir in a small town in neighbouring Slovakia when he landed in a nearby field and rolled his helicopter to the local petrol station to fill up, before flying off.

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  6. EU must work out careful response to BrexitRead the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | Xinhuanet

    The European Union should focus on common issues and work out a careful response to Brexit, while also considering security and economic growth, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Visegrad Group leaders said Friday. The meeting is designed to prepare an informal summit of 27 EU members in Bratislava on Sept.

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  7. Hungarian PM Orban urges EU to build an army of its ownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Newsday

    ... with the leaders of Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary came ahead of an EU summit in Bratislava, Slovakia, next month without Britain. One of the main topics was to discuss Britain's vote to leave the group. The four central European ...

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  8. Eastern bloc wants fewer EU powers, more securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | EUobserver

    Central and eastern European leaders have reiterated the need for more national power in EU policy-making during talks with German chancellor Angela Merkel in Warsaw on Friday . Merkel met with the heads of the Visegrad group of four countries - the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia - as part of a European tour prior to the summit, in Bratislava on 16 September, on post-Brexit EU reform.

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  9. The next UN Secretary General should be from Eastern EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | The Hill

    Donald Trump Trump hires ex-Christie aide fired for Bridgegate Trump: 'How quickly people forget' Clinton 'super-predator' remark Ann Coulter: Dems will 'steal' close election MORE Hillary Rodham Clinton Trump: 'How quickly people forget' Clinton 'super-predator' remark Ann Coulter: Dems will 'steal' close election The next UN Secretary General should be from Eastern Europe MORE , another important 2016 election that will have geopolitical implications is currently taking place. That is the selection of the next Secretary General of the United Nations.

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  10. Sushi restaurant may be slapped huge fine for using fish caught in the Vltava RiverRead the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | Radio Prague

    A sushi restaurant in Prague may get a fine of up to 50 million crowns after it emerged that its employees were catching fish on the banks of the Vltava River to be used in the restaurant's kitchen, the internet site novinky.cz reported on Friday. Sanitary norms do not allow this practice.

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  11. Czech PM: Britain should announce Brexit at year's endRead the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | Prague Daily Monitor

    Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka expects Britain's official announcement on its exit from the EU at the end of the year, he said at the summit of the Visegrad Group or the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia today. Today's meeting of the V4 prime ministers with German Chancellor Angela Merkel present has proved that security in Europe is a priority issue, Sobotka said, describing the meeting as quick, open and useful.

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  12. Czechoslovak communist leaders sued for Germans killed at borderRead the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | Prague Daily Monitor

    Former Czechoslovak communist leader Milos Jakes, 94, and premier Lubomir Strougal, 91, are among 67 Czech and Slovak citizens sued for the deaths of five East German at the border in the communist era, Platform of European Memory and Conscience head Neela Winkelmann said today. Apart from four soldiers protecting the border, nobody has been punished for the deaths of the German emigrants.

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  13. Eastern EU leaders call for joint army at summit with GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | EurActiv.com

    Eastern EU countries on Friday pushed for the bloc to create a joint army as they met with Germany for talks on sketching Europe's post-Brexit future. "We must prioritise security, and let's start by building a common European army," Hungary's rightwing Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, said at talks with Czech, German, Polish and Slovak leaders.

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  14. Czech premiere of war drama Anthropoid scheduled for September 28Read the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | Radio Prague

    The Czech premiere of the Czech-British coproduction Anthropoid which recreates the daring assassination of Nazi governor Reinhard Heydrich by Czechoslovak parachutists in 1942 has been scheduled for September 28th, on Czech Statehood Day, the ctk news agency reported. The movie, directed by Sean Ellis and starring Jamie Dornan, Cillian Murphy and Toby Jones had its world premiere at the 51st Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in July of this year.

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  15. Daily news summary 26.8.2016Read the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | Radio Prague

    Former senior Communists such as one-time party general secretary MilouA JakeA and prime minister LubomA r A trougal are among 67 Czechs and Slovaks who have been charged over the deaths of five German citizens who were killed trying to cross the Iron Curtain from Czechoslovakia to the West, the ctk news agency reported. Charges were pressed by the Platform of European Memory and Conscience, a group that pushes for the punishment of perpetrators of communist-era crimes.

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  16. EU to map future minus Britain at upcoming summit: MerkelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Yahoo!

    EU leaders will tackle security and migration policy as well as economic growth at a key September summit in Slovakia to plot the bloc's future without Britain, Angela Merkel said Thursday. "The Bratislava summit will accent ways that we can improve economic power, create more job for young people and now to boost internal and border security," Germany's chancellor said at a joint press conference with Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka in Prague.

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  17. Merkel: Britain's Exit Shows EU's Need To Communicate BetterRead the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | WINN FM 98.9

    ... he prime ministers of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia ahead of an EU summit planned in Bratislava, Slovakia, next month - without Britain - that is to discuss issues stemming from Britain's vote to leave the group.

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  18. EU Has No Brexit Strategy, Needs Time Before Talks, Hungary Says 32 minutes agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Bloomberg

    The European Union needs to delay the start of formal Brexit talks until the leaders of the 27 remaining nations agree on a common strategy, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said. Szijjarto's comment suggested the EU is as much in need of time to negotiate the exit as the U.K., whose citizens voted to leave the bloc in a shock June referendum that triggered a leadership shake-up.

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  19. Britain's exit a deep break in the EU's history of integration, says MerkelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Independent.ie

    ... prime ministers of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia ahead of an EU summit planned in Bratislava, Slovakia, next month - without Britain - that is to discuss issues stemming from Britain's vote to leave the group. "Because Britain's ...

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  20. EU should drop Russia sanctions, Slovak PM says after meeting PutinRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico on Friday renewed his call for the European Union to end sanctions against Russia after meeting President Vladimir Putin in Moscow, saying they had failed to influence the settlement of any key issues. BRATISLAVA: Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico on Friday renewed his call for the European Union to end sanctions against Russia after meeting President Vladimir Putin in Moscow, saying they had failed to influence the settlement of any key issues.

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