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The French Embassy to SlovakiaAmbassador: Jean-Marie Brunowww.france.sk

The French Embassy to Slovakia
Ambassador: Jean-Marie Bruno
www.france.sk

The French-Slovak Chamber of Commerce
- Established in 1994, it currently has 147 members. It organises various activities helping French-Slovak commercial relations to develop, including roundtables and various discussions with representatives of the government and public administration, seminars and conferences, presentations of French and Slovak companies, trade missions, participation in fairs, and others. As a partner of Ubifrance it is one of the most important contacts for French companies interested in Slovakia and vice versa.
www.fsok.sk

The French Institute in Slovakia (Institut français de Slovaquie)
www.ifb.sk

The Alliance Française in Banská Bystrica
www.afbb.sk

The Alliance Française in Košice
www.afke.sk

Topic: Foreigners in Slovakia


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