Before Slovakia signs an accession treaty with NATO on March 26, it has to present the alliance with a detailed plan of measures aimed at fulfilling its commitments to the organisation, said Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Ivan Korčok.
Among other issues, Slovakia has been asked to include details about how it will fight corruption, Korčok said. Slovak representatives are currently visiting NATO headquarters in Brussels.
Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports.
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14. Feb 2003 at 12:18