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Interior Minister Lipšic says ministry has new information on Valko's murder

The Interior Ministry has obtained new, important information in the ongoing investigation into the murder of prominent lawyer Ernest Valko, who was shot dead in his house in Limbach near Bratislava in early November, Interior Minister Daniel Lipšic said on TV Markíza's weekly politics show 'Na Telo' on Sunday, January 9, the TASR newswire reported. Lipšic refused to elaborate further, saying that he would not provide any details based on partial findings and evidence because he does not want to mar the investigation.

The Interior Ministry has obtained new, important information in the ongoing investigation into the murder of prominent lawyer Ernest Valko, who was shot dead in his house in Limbach near Bratislava in early November, Interior Minister Daniel Lipšic said on TV Markíza's weekly politics show 'Na Telo' on Sunday, January 9, the TASR newswire reported.

Lipšic refused to elaborate further, saying that he would not provide any details based on partial findings and evidence because he does not want to mar the investigation.

"I want to ask the public and journalists to understand this," he stated.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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