General information about Slovakia
Official name: The Slovak Republic
Date of establishment of the Republic:
A form of political control:
The constitutional system:
The constitutional and legislative powers (National Council), executive (the President of the Slovak Republic and the Government), the judiciary (courts and the Constitutional Court).
8 regions, 79 districts, 138 cities, 2,891 municipalities.
The regional city:
Bratislava, Trnava, Nitra, Tren?ín, ?ilina, Banská Bystrica, Prešov, Košice.
Bratislava (capital of 428,672 people)
Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine, Hungary, Austria
Number of people:
5397036 (of which 51.3 % of women )
Kosice (240915), Nitra (87357), Zilina (86685), Banska Bystrica (84 919), Trnava (70191), Martin (60 772), Trencin (58,872) , Poprad (55037) , Zvolen (44328) .
The Slovaks (85.8 %), Hungarians (9.7 %), Roma (1.7%), Czechs (0.8 %), Ukrainians, Russian, German, Polish, and other (2%)
Population by religion:
Roman Catholic (62% ), Protestant (5.9%), Greek Catholics (3.8%), the Christian Reformed Church (1.8%), not the religious part of the population (13.4 %).
Havykami Computer has 63.8 % of the population of the Slovak Republic.
Membership in international organizations:
EU, NATO, UN, OECD, OSCE, Interpol, etc.
The geographical position of Slovakia:
Slovakia has no outlet to the sea and is located almost in the heart of Europe.
Slovak lies at the intersection of major transport and trade routes.
Slovakia borders the Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine, Hungary and Austria.
The length of the border, 678 km - with Hungary, 92 km - with Ukraine.
Slovakia is part of the Carpathian region, south of the Carpathians lies Pannonian Basin, which extends along Danube Danube plain in the east extends the eastern lowlands.