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Slovak soldiershelping in Iraq

THE SLOVAK anti-chemical unit currently stationed in Kuwait is crossing the border into Iraq to help provide drinking water for people living in the south of the country, Defence Minister Ivan Šimko informed the press on April 30.

Šimko explained that the unit has not moved to Iraq, but is going there to perform various tasks during the day and is returning to Kuwait in the evening.

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