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European office for Slovakia opens

THE EUROPEAN Office for Slovakia opened its doors in Brussels on April 24, one week before the country's official entry to the EU.
The office, set up by the human capital consultancy the Amrop Jenewein Group, will provide analysis on the impact of current and prepared EU legislation and the unified market on particular sectors and institutions in Slovakia.

THE EUROPEAN Office for Slovakia opened its doors in Brussels on April 24, one week before the country's official entry to the EU.

The office, set up by the human capital consultancy the Amrop Jenewein Group, will provide analysis on the impact of current and prepared EU legislation and the unified market on particular sectors and institutions in Slovakia. The office will also offer counselling in the financial coverage of EU projects and in-depth knowledge of different support programmes and key players operating in Brussels.

"The consulting team of the European Office for Slovakia can provide up-to-date information on EU happenings, warn about measures prepared by the European Commission and their impacts, secure dialogue with European institutions and other bodies established in Brussels, and shape advantageous interest coalitions," said Patrik Zoltvany, AJG partner for European affairs and head of the office.

For further information please call 00421 905 855 590, or write to zoltvany@ajg.sk

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