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PM postpones official visit due to health reasons

Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico asked Luxembourg to postpone his official one-day visit to the country planned for February 14 due to health reasons, his spokesperson said on February 13.

Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico asked Luxembourg to postpone his official one-day visit to the country planned for February 14 due to health reasons, his spokesperson said on February 13.

The government will soon release details about the rescheduling of his visit, which was postponed due to a virus that has lasted into its third day.

Fico, 43, had to postpone a trip to South America last year after coming down with he similar symptoms. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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