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Slovak parliament approves new ambassadors

The foreign affairs committee of the Slovak parliament has approved several designated ambassadors, the chairman of the committee, Boris Zala (Smer), told the TASR newswire on Wednesday, June 10.

The foreign affairs committee of the Slovak parliament has approved several designated ambassadors, the chairman of the committee, Boris Zala (Smer), told the TASR newswire on Wednesday, June 10.

“All of their missions were acknowledged,” said Zala, “meaning that Slovak President Ivan Gašparovič can sign their decrees and next week they can leave for the countries where they will hold the posts of ambassadors,” stated Zala.

Pavol Hamžík will be the Slovak ambassador in Kiev, Marian Tomášik will become Slovakia's ambassador in India, Štefan Rozkopal will go to Jakarta, Indonesia, Peter Weiss to Budapest and Jozef Migaš to Moscow. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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