Podcast: Slovaks are not afraid of winter, they have regulated gas prices

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Today’s guest of Europe for the Czech Republic is Ronald Ižip, editor-in-chief of the economic weekly Trend. Today in Slovakia, the SaS party of economy minister Richard Sulík ends up in the government, and the cabinet thus becomes a minority. Will it last until the elections and when will the energy crisis hit Slovaks?

Today’s guest of Europe for the Czech Republic is Ronald Ižip, editor-in-chief of the economic weekly Trend.

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In the next episode of Deník’s regular podcast “Europe for Bohemia” with Deník’s European editor Luboš Palata, we asked Ronald Ižip, editor-in-chief of the most important economic weekly Trend, about the current political and economic situation in Slovakia. And about how Slovak households protect regulated prices from the shock of energy prices and whether Slovakia managed to ensure independence from Russian gas with a gas pipeline from Poland and much more will be the next part of today’s Europe for the Czechs podcast.

Every Wednesday at 12:00 p.m., we broadcast the podcast “Europe for the Czech Republic” about events not only in the European Union. The program is accompanied by the European editor of Deník Luboš Palata.

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