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Government to meet in regions before taking summer break

It was announced on Tuesday, July 7, that the Government will hold two more sessions, both outside Bratislava, before taking a one-month summer break.

It was announced on Tuesday, July 7, that the Government will hold two more sessions, both outside Bratislava, before taking a one-month summer break.

Government members will meet in Bánov (Nitra Region) on Wednesday, July 8, at Agriculture Minister Stanislav Becík's request, Prime Minister Robert Fico’s spokesperson Silvia Glendová announced. The second meeting will be held in Svidník (Prešov Region) on July 15.

The latter session will be dedicated to an analysis of the socio-economic development of Svidník District, along with Bardejov and Stropkov Districts (all in Prešov Region). After the summer break, the cabinet will meet again on August 19.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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