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No Slovaks reported hurt in India explosions

THE SLOVAK Foreign Affairs Ministry has not yet received any information regarding any Slovak victims of the explosions in a market place in New Delhi, India, the TASR news agency reported.

"However, we're constantly in touch with the relevant Indian authorities," ministry spokesman Juraj Tomaga told TASR on October 29.

Tomaga confirmed that Slovak diplomats in India's capital are all right, and added that there just a small community of Slovaks living in the city. In three explosions at a local market place in New Delhi on October 29, 51 people died and others were seriously injured.

Compiled by Marta Ďurianová from press reports
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