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IWCB awards honorary membership to three leading Slovak women

The International Women's Club of Bratislava, a non-profit, non-religious, non-political club made up of expatriate foreign women living in Slovakia, on March 15, awarded honorary membership to three Slovak women: Prime Minister Iveta Radičová, First Lady Silvia Gašparovičová, and Eva Dzurindová, the wife of the Foreign Affairs Minister. Radičová accepted her membership in person.

The International Women's Club of Bratislava, a non-profit, non-religious, non-political club made up of expatriate foreign women living in Slovakia, on March 15, awarded honorary membership to three Slovak women: Prime Minister Iveta Radičová, First Lady Silvia Gašparovičová, and Eva Dzurindová, the wife of the Foreign Affairs Minister. Radičová accepted her membership in person.

The IWCB celebrates 20 years of its existence this year, it informed The Slovak Spectator in a statement.

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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