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Slovaks have lost citizenship after receiving citizenship in other countries

Thirty-two people have lost their Slovak citizenship, said the Interior Ministry’s spokesperson Alena Koišová to the SITA newswire on February 14, saying that 12 of these individuals had acquired German citizenship.

Thirty-two people have lost their Slovak citizenship, said the Interior Ministry’s spokesperson Alena Koišová to the SITA newswire on February 14, saying that 12 of these individuals had acquired German citizenship.

The amendment to the law on Slovak citizenship that was adopted during the government of Robert Fico in response to a dual citizenship law adopted by the Hungarian government, has stripped the citizenship of only one Slovak who had requested Hungarian citizenship, SITA wrote.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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