The Slovak Republic is a country in Central Europe. It is part of the former Czechoslovakia. Neighbors; It is a Central European country surrounded by Poland in the north, Czech Republic and Austria in the west, , Hungary in the south and Ukraine in the east. Area; 49,036 km2. Its capital and largest city is Bratislava.
The Slovak economy is based on agriculture and animal husbandry. Agriculture is done in the plains and river valleys. Only a third of the country's mountainous land is suitable for agriculture. The main agricultural products are wheat, barley, corn, sugar beet, rye, potato, oats, tobacco, vegetables and fruit. Obtained agricultural products meet 92% of consumption. Livestock farming is developed and cattle, sheep and swine fattening is common. In industry, the chemistry and machinery industry has evolved. The mines in the mountainous regions are extracted and processed. Although coal and oil deposits are not available, the basic energy requirement of the industry is met by hydroelectric power plants on rivers. Jaslovske Bohunice has a nuclear power plant. Heavy industrial enterprises were gathered in the cities of Bratislava and Kosice. The income of the natural gas and oil pipelines passing through the land meets the needs of the country. In the machinery industry; machine tools, river vessels, truck spare parts, televisions, radios, washing machines, coolers etc. are produced. In the field of chemistry, nitrogen fertilizers and petrochemical combi boilers have an important place. In the country where the mountains are covered with forests, forestry has an important place in the economy. The need for wood and paper industry from forests is met. Tourism is one of the country's major sources of income. The winter sports and mountaineering centers in the Tatra Mountains attract a large number of tourists to the country, including the thermal springs and spas that are scattered throughout the country.