We are disappointed and shocked by the recurrent wave of violence in Ukraine that has cost lives of several people. We call on all stakeholders to take a moderate approach; we expect the state authorities to respect the freedom of assembly.
The forceful confrontation cannot be an instrument of a political struggle in modern Europe.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Miroslav Lajčák met with his Maltese counterpart George Vella, who was accompanying the President of the Republic of Malta, George Abela, during his official visit to Slovakia.
President Ivan Gašparovič appreciated the friendliness of relations between the two countries at all levels.
Joint statement of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and SlovakiaJanuary 23, 2014.
We strongly condemn the killing of demonstrators which cannot be justified by any reason.
Ukraine has been witnessing a permanent and deepening internal political crisis for the past two months.