Slovak and Hungarian Foreign Ministers meet on Tuesday

Slovak Foreign Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajčák and his Hungarian counterpart Péter Balász will lay the foundation stone of a new bridge over the Ipeľ River at the Hungarian village of Rarospuszta on Tuesday, November 3, TASR was told by ministry spokesman Peter Stano. The two ministers will then take part in a presentation of international co-operation projects. At a following meeting in Banská Bystrica, they will evaluate progress in meeting the 11-point declaration that was approved by Slovak and Hungarian prime ministers Robert Fico and Gordon Bajnai on September 11. The two politicians will also give a lecture at the University of Matej Bel in Banská Bystrica. TASR

Slovak Foreign Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajčák and his Hungarian counterpart Péter Balász will lay the foundation stone of a new bridge over the Ipeľ River at the Hungarian village of Rarospuszta on Tuesday, November 3, TASR was told by ministry spokesman Peter Stano. The two ministers will then take part in a presentation of international co-operation projects.

At a following meeting in Banská Bystrica, they will evaluate progress in meeting the 11-point declaration that was approved by Slovak and Hungarian prime ministers Robert Fico and Gordon Bajnai on September 11. The two politicians will also give a lecture at the University of Matej Bel in Banská Bystrica. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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