FAM State Secretary leads Slovak delegation at UNESCO conference

Oľga Algayerová, the State Secretary of the Slovak Foreign Affairs is heading the Slovak delegation at the 35th UNESCO General Conference which is currently under way in Paris, the ministry's press department announced on October 8, telling the TASR newswire that Algayerová is to deliver a speech that day. Slovakia has become one of vice-chairing countries at the conference, which started on October 6. Representatives of more 193 member countries are expected to decide on a number of important issues concerning the world's largest organisation for education, science, culture and communication. TASR

Oľga Algayerová, the State Secretary of the Slovak Foreign Affairs is heading the Slovak delegation at the 35th UNESCO General Conference which is currently under way in Paris, the ministry's press department announced on October 8, telling the TASR newswire that Algayerová is to deliver a speech that day.

Slovakia has become one of vice-chairing countries at the conference, which started on October 6. Representatives of more 193 member countries are expected to decide on a number of important issues concerning the world's largest organisation for education, science, culture and communication. TASR

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