Council Presidency and Brexit: from unexpected calm to likely storm

Vladimír Bilčík vypracoval v rámci projektu Think Visegrad publikaci o slovenském předsednictví v EU a brexitu.

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Our Tereza Novotná contributed to the article on the EU members states' position: united towards Brexit but different on migration.

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ČT24: Maltese EU Presidency

On January 1, Michal Vít was a guest of the Studio ČT24 program, where he commented on the Slovak presidency of the Council of the EU, its successes and failures as well as expectations from the following Maltese presidency.

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RTVS: Slovak Presidency of the Council of the EU Assessment

Vladimír Bartovic shared his views on the last six months of the Slovak presidency of the Council of the EU during the Sobotné dialógy programme of Rádio Slovensko (RTVS).

Show more Summit will mark an end to the Slovak EU presidency

Our director Vladimir Bartovic commented for Pravda on the Slovak EU presidency that is slowly coming to an end.

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Denník N: Robert Fico's extremist statements

Our deputy director Martin Michelot commented on the impact of Slovak PM Robert Fico's vulgar statements against reporters, calling them "dirty, anti-Slovak prostitutes".

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ČT24: The President of the European Commission on the State of the EU

Tereza Novotná spoke on September the 14th 2016 for the Czech TV, where she commented Jean-Claude Juncker's speech on the state of the European Union.

Show more Slovak Presidency in the Council of the EU

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy director, Vladimír Bartovic, commented on forthcoming Slovak presidency in the Council of the EU.

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RTVS: Brexit

Vladimír Bartovic spoke to Slovak radio RTVS about the fallout of Brexit vote for the EU as a whole as well as for the Slovak EU presidency.

Show more Brexit can overshadow Slovakian EU program

Vladimír Bartovic commented on consequences Brexit referendum will have on Slovakian EU presidency.

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