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In three weeks, 1,300 Slovaks have registered to travel to the U.S.

A total of 1,300 Slovaks have made use of electronic registration for travel to the United States in the past three weeks, Foreign Minister Ján Kubis announced.

A total of 1,300 Slovaks have made use of electronic registration for travel to the United States in the past three weeks, Foreign Minister Ján Kubis announced.

"This figure is similar to that of neighbouring countries – the Czech Republic and Hungary," he said.

He thinks that the system is working very well after such a short time. Slovak tourists have been able to travel to the United States without visas since November 17. They have only to register on the Internet free of charge. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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