In December 2011, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic invited ODIHR to observe the 10 March early parliamentary elections. Following a Needs Assessment Mission (NAM) to the Slovak Republic from 23 to 26 January 2012, the OSCE/ODIHR NAM did not recommend an election-related activity for the 2012 early parliamentary elections.
Following an invitation from Slovakia's Foreign Ministry and based on the recommendation of an ODIHR needs assessment mission that was carried out on 21-23 April, ODIHR deployed an election assessment mission on 31 May for the 12 June parliamentary elections.
In response to an invitation from the government of Slovakia, ODIHR deployed an Election Assessment Mission to assess the 3 April presidential election, with a focus on legislative and organizational issues.
In response to an invitation from Slovakia's Foreign Ministry, ODIHR deployed an election observation mission to observe the parliamentary election on 20-21 September.
Upon an invitation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic to observe the presidential election scheduled for 15 May 1999, the OSCE/ODIHR deployed an election observation mission.
Upon an invitation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, ODIHR established an Election Observation Mission in Slovakia for the 25 and 26 September parliamentary elections.