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Slovakia will have a point-of-contact office in Palestine

SLOVAKIA’s Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajčák is set to open a point-of-contact office for Slovakia in the West Bank city of Ramallah next week during his visit to Palestine, TASR learnt from the ministry’s press department on November 6. Before going to Palestine, Lajčák will pay a visit to Israel on November 10. While in Israel and Palestine, the Minister is expected to meet his counterparts to discuss bilateral issues, economic relations and the security situation in the Middle East.

SLOVAKIA’s Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajčák is set to open a point-of-contact office for Slovakia in the West Bank city of Ramallah next week during his visit to Palestine, TASR learnt from the ministry’s press department on November 6.
Before going to Palestine, Lajčák will pay a visit to Israel on November 10. While in Israel and Palestine, the Minister is expected to meet his counterparts to discuss bilateral issues, economic relations and the security situation in the Middle East.

On November 12, the Minister will move on to Jordan, where he will deliver a speech as the main speaker at the Amman Security Colloquium.

Source: TASR, Foreign Ministry

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