NATO commander values Slovakia’s first year

THE COMMANDER of NATO Allied Headquarters in Lisbon, Vice Admiral Henry G Ulrich, expressed his appreciation of Slovakia's political and military activities at an April 22-meeting with the Slovak Ambassador to Portugal, Radomír Boháč, the TASR news agency reported.

The Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry's public relations office told TASR that the two officials met in Lisbon to evaluate Slovakia's first year in NATO and outline a vision of further co-operation between the Slovak Embassy in Portugal, NATO Allied Headquarters in Lisbon, and the Slovak Defence Ministry.

Compiled by Marta Ďurianová from press reports
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