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Zervan withdraws complaint, gets a job

Juraj Zervan, a diplomat and former shadow cabinet minister for
Smer, filed a lawsuit against the Foreign Ministry
because the ministry refused to provide him access to certain
information, the Sme daily wrote on July 9.

Zervan later decided to withdraw his motion. He is now slated to
become the Slovak ambassador to Great Britain.

Foreign Minister Ján Kubiš refused to comment on this issue.

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