About: Miroslav Laj?ák

Central Europe 10-02-2016

Bulgaria’s Irina Bokova enters race for UN leadership

Bulgaria's foreign ministry yesterday (9 February) formally announced its nomination of UNESCO chief Irina Bokova for UN Secretary-General.
Central Europe 01-02-2016

Tory MEP questions Georgieva’s travel expenses

EXCLUSIVE / A British lawmaker has asked the European Commission to explain why Vice-President Kristalina Georgieva often travels internationally, as such activity, in his view, doesn’t correspond with her portfolio, as EU Commissioner for Budget and Human Resources.

Member states want to be less attractive to migrants

A flurry of ideas about how countries could reduce their attractiveness to asylum seekers have been voiced in various European countries, providing a preview of the discussion at the meeting of ministers of foreign affairs to be held in Luxembourg tomorrow (4 September).
Global Europe 20-07-2015

Korčok: The last 6 years have been the most dramatic in the EU’s history

The years between 2009 and today will perhaps be seen as the most dynamic period of the EU’s history, Ivan Kor?ok, Slovakia's Ambassador to the EU, told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview.
Global Europe 13-03-2015

No new EU sanctions against Russia as ceasefire holds

European Union leaders are unlikely to reach agreement at their summit next week to prolong economic sanctions on Russia that expire in July, a senior EU official said today (13 March).
Global Europe 13-01-2015

Bulgaria puts forward Bokova’s candidacy for UN Secretary-General

The race for the post of UN Secretary-General is now open, after Bulgaria announced the candidacy of Irina Bokova for the post of UN Secretary General.
Enlargement 08-04-2013

Serbia, Kosovo talks aren’t over yet

Talks between Serbia and Kosovo must continue to bring stability to the region, writes Miroslav Laj?ák.
Enlargement 24-07-2008

Miroslav Laj?ák: Karadzic’s arrest opens new horizons in Western Balkans

There is now a new, fresh atmosphere in the region of the Western Balkans following the decisive action of the new government in Serbia, Miroslav Laj?ák, the High Representative of the International Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina told EURACTIV in an interview.