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MFA sends welcome text messages

SLOVAKS travelling abroad have been receiving so-called welcome messages from the Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry since the beginning of February. These messages contain the telephone number of a Slovak embassy in the country whose border the travellers have just crossed as well as of the non-stop service of the Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry.

SLOVAKS travelling abroad have been receiving so-called welcome messages from the Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry since the beginning of February. These messages contain the telephone number of a Slovak embassy in the country whose border the travellers have just crossed as well as of the non-stop service of the Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry.

The ministry has agreed upon this service with all three mobile operators active in Slovakia, Slovak Telekom, Orange Slovensko and Telefónica Slovakia, the TASR newswire wrote.

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