Official from the Vietnamese abduction scandal left the Interior Ministry

Peter Krajčírovič headed the Office for the Protection of Constitutional Officials when a Vietnamese citizen was abducted.

Interior Minister Denisa Saková (left) and Radoslav Štrba, acting Head of the Office for the Protection of Constitutional Officials, speak to journalists. Interior Minister Denisa Saková (left) and Radoslav Štrba, acting Head of the Office for the Protection of Constitutional Officials, speak to journalists. (Source: Sme)

Head of Close Protection Officers, Peter Krajčírovič, no longer works at the Interior Ministry. He left the Office for the Protection of Constitutional Officials in late August, as reported by the Sme daily.

The Interior Ministry confirmed his departure to Sme and specified that he had left upon his own request.

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Krajčírovič became prominent last August when the scandal around the abduction of Vietnamese citizen Trinh Xuan Thanh surfaced. The incident had already occurred in July 2017 when Krajčírovič headed the Office for the Protection of Constitutional Officials.

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