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Počiatek replaces heads of Slovenská Pošta and SACR

Slovak Transport Minister Ján Počiatek has replaced the heads of state-owned postal operator Slovenská Pošta and the Slovak Tourist Board (SACR), the Sme daily reported.

Slovak Transport Minister Ján Počiatek has replaced the heads of state-owned postal operator Slovenská Pošta and the Slovak Tourist Board (SACR), the Sme daily reported.

Tomáš Drucker replaces Marcela Hrdá as chief executive of Slovenská Pošta, and František Stano will be replaced by Marta Kučerová at SACR. Both of the new appointments are in theory only temporarily, until new directors are chosen via a selection process which should be completed within six months.

Until last week, Drucker was chaired the supervisory board of the JAVYS nuclear decommissioning company, and has held several previous managerial posts. Kučerová has 20 years of experience in marketing management, promotion and communication, Sme wrote.

Source: Sme

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