News & Events

Climate Change has also affected Slovakia

As the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) is taking place in Paris, our thoughts and prayers are first with all those affected by the recent terrorist attacks there. The United States joins with Slovakia to stand in solidarity with France. Terrorists will not intimidate us nor disrupt our plans to gather as ...
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Chargé d’Affaires Speaks on Security Issues at Trnava’s University of Cyril and Methodius

On December 1, Chargé d’Affaires Liam Wasley delivered a lecture on current security issues, covering the NATO alliance, preparations for the 2016 Warsaw Summit, military cooperation and Slovak defense modernization efforts, energy security, Ukraine/Russia, Syria, and refugees/migration. The audience included approximately 50 students. The Embassy was happy to have the opportunity to speak with Slovak ...
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Summer Work and Travel Thanksgiving Reception

The Embassy hosted approximately 50 alumni of the Summer Work and Travel (SWT) program at the U.S. Ambassador’s residence on November 24 for a Thanksgiving reception. The reception also served as an award ceremony for the Embassy’s annual SWT photo contest. The contest, which took place on the Embassy’s Facebook page, reached 340,000 people – ...
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Embassy-sponsored “Face2Face” discussion on migration

As part of our popular “Face2Face” discussion series, Embassy Bratislava partnered with the Open Society Foundation to host a discussion about refugees and migration on November 19. The discussion took place in Zilina and included representatives from the Slovak Human Rights League (HRL), People in Peril, and a naturalized Syrian émigré who has been working ...
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Highlighting U.S. Higher Education and Summer Work & Travel

In conjunction with International Education Week, the Embassy traveled to Banska Bystrica to hold our fifth annual GoUSA! fair at a popular local shopping mall, where we attracted approximately 400 guests interested in learning more about opportunities to study, work, and travel in the United States. Representatives from the Public Affairs Section (PAS), the Consular ...
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