SUMMARY - Tuesday, August 16, 2022 - 9 p.m.

16. augusta 2022 21:00
BRATISLAVA – Schools will receive a financial contribution for pupils from Ukraine in September, Education Minister Branislav Groehling (Freedom and Solidarity/SaS) told a press conference on Tuesday, adding that these finances will be from EU funds for the previous March-August period, with the amount exceeding €10 million. BRATISLAVA - An investigator of the National Crime Agency (NAKA) has pressed charges of corruption against a law firm representing ex-Slovak Intelligence Service (SIS) head Vladimir P. [name abbreviated due to legal reasons] and two individuals, TASR learnt from Police Corps Presidium spokesperson Michal Slivka on Tuesday. BRATISLAVA - Economic growth in the second quarter was mainly supported by domestic consumer demand, as foreign demand for Slovak products and services continued to decline in real terms, stated VUB analyst Michal Lehuta in a comment on the flash estimate of GDP for the second quarter of 2022 published by the Statistics Office on Tuesday. BANSKA BYSTRICA - Mayors represented by eight regional associations in the Banska Bystrica region called on the Government to stop dealing only with its own internecine disputes and start extending aid to regions and municipalities that are the largest providers of social services and organisers of schools. BRATISLAVA - The Finance Ministry repeatedly reached out to the Association of Slovak Towns and Villages (ZMOS), the Association of Self-governing Regions SK8 and the Union of Slovak Towns in the past and is ready to discuss a systematic approach to the financing of regions and municipalities, the ministry press department told TASR on Tuesday. DUBNICA NAD VAHOM - Professional firefighters from Dubnica nad Vahom (Trencin region) were called out seven times on Tuesday to deal with the aftermath of a local storm and strong winds, TASR learnt from Trencin Firefighter and Emergency Corps spokesperson Marian Petrik on the same day. BRATISLAVA - Police units are still busy with the fire burning in vineyards close to Pekna Street in the Raca borough of Bratislava, with some streets cordoned off both to traffic and pedestrians, Bratislava regional police reported on its social network on Tuesday. BRATISLAVA - The Bratislava borough of Raca has recommended that its inhabitants should close their windows due to fires that have erupted in the capital city, but it has also reported that Racianska Street is now passable in both directions, TASR learnt on Tuesday. BRATISLAVA - The temperature may rise to 35-36 degrees Celsius in the west and south of Slovakia on Wednesday (August 17), the Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute (SHMU) has reported on its website, adding that it also issued a second-level warning for some districts. am
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