Quote of the Week:


"I don't care whether he meets with Eskimos, Bedouins or Mongols, as long as he doesn't call on them to hurt Slovakia. Let him meet with Martians - I'll buy him a one-way ticket to Mars."


Ján Slota, leader of the ruling far-right Slovak National Party, referring to opposition Hungarian Coalition Party leader Béla Bugár, whom he accuses of inciting Hungarian politicians to attack Slovakia on the international stage.


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