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British Embassy Bratislava invites Slovak non-profit organisations to submit proposals for projects to raise awareness and engagement on climate change.
The British Embassy in Bratislava is inviting Slovak non-profit organisations to submit
proposals for projects that support open societies.
British Embassy Bratislava is seeking a partner to deliver an event and follow up activity to support the UN backed Race to Zero campaign.
The British Embassy in Bratislava and senior Slovak officials will be holding a series of meetings to inform UK nationals living in Slovakia about their rights as the UK leaves the EU.
Members of the Media Freedom Coalition gave a statement about the recent sentencing of Zhang Zhan in China.
Members of the Media Freedom Coalition gave a statement on media freedom ahead of the 14 January 2021 elections in Uganda.
British Embassy Bratislava announces a call for bids to deliver a conference programme for non-governmental influencers in Central Europe.
Information about possible Transboundary Environmental Impacts (UNECE Espoo Convention and UNECE Aarhus Convention)
Mr Nigel Baker OBE MVO has been appointed Her Majesty's Ambassador to the Slovak Republic in succession to Mr Andrew Garth.
An important update about how Brexit will affect UK nationals in Slovakia from Chargé d’Affaires Kimberly Gillingham.
As Slovakia’s international friends and partners, we join in celebrating LGBTI+ Pride and reaffirm our commitment to protecting and defending the human rights of all.
Meetings for citizens of Central and Eastern European countries residing in the UK took place on 11-12 February 2019 in Glasgow and Leeds.
The UK welcomed Slovakia’s dedication to combating modern slavery and human trafficking, but urged greater protection for journalists following the death of Jan Kuciak in 2018.
Meetings for citizens of Central and Eastern European countries residing in the UK will take place in February 2019 in Glasgow and Leeds.
The Foreign Affairs Council will formally adopt a sanctions regime on chemical weapons, tabled by the UK and France after the Syria and Salisbury attacks.
The Foreign Secretary today (Sunday 15 October) held talks with foreign ministers from 8 European allies.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will visit Prague, Bucharest and Bratislava for high-level talks following the Prime Minister’s speech on the UK’s EU exit.
Europe needs to step up its efforts against terrorism and migration without duplicating NATO.
Theresa May spoke with German Chancellor Angela Merkel about the meeting of EU member states in Bratislava and the EU-Turkey migration deal.
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