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Slovakia to hire border guards

In line with a border protection profesionalization project Slovakia needs to hire 365 officers by 2003 to comply with the Schengen Treaty requirements before the country’s EU entry. Costs related to the hirings are estimated at Sk67 million ($1.48 million).

Compiled by Dewey Smolka from press reports.
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