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Miroslav Lajčák
Minister of Foreign & European Affairs of Slovakia ()
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 15
Today is a big day for Slovakia, as is inaugurated our President. I wish her patience, energy and lasting inspiration & I’m looking forward to working together for the success of Slovakia and its people.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 13
Good to see my friend and discuss the situation in and how to advance our cooperation on measures to improve the living conditions of people in the East in line with our principles and commitments.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 13
Thanks to all the people working for Project-Co-ordinator in Ukraine carrying out some crucial development projects!
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 13
We cannot bring change to overnight. But all our efforts as would be for nothing if we did not check in, and engage, with civil society actors. Now, more than ever Ukraine needs an active civil society with experience and ideas.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 13
Congratulated former President of Leonid Kuchma on his appointment to represent Ukraine at the Trilateral Contact Group and wished him all success in his efforts.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 13
Excellent news after today’s vote in Brussels on the seat of the European Labor Authority. Bratislava will be a great home for ! Feeling very proud and thankful to all those who worked tirelessly to make it happen.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 13
Just landed in for my second visit as Chair this year! Looking forward to discussions with the new Ukrainian leadership on how to join our efforts for the people of Ukraine.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 11
Today I had the honour to visit Camp General Stefanik and the 242 Slovak soldiers serving as peacekeepers in . is proud to have the sole responsibility for sector 4 - over 65km along the buffer zone. 🇨🇾 🇺🇳 🇸🇰
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 11
“Cyprus can & should be the bedrock of opportunity for Europe & for the Eastern Mediterranean. For that – there is no other alternative but unified, independent & sovereign Cyprus.”-30 yrs of dialogue between Greek Cypriot & Turkish Cypriot political parties in service of peace
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 10
When I was in 5yrs ago for 25yrs of bi-communal dialogue, I wished we could see headlines announcing unification of Cyprus. Now, more than ever, we are in need of dialogue and multilateralism. They are our only chance to resolve ongoing conflicts and prevent new ones.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 10
Slovakia is supporting the Committee for Missing Persons in for a long time and I’m glad I was able to handover another donation from for the important and painful work of the Committee, which requires so much attention to detail, empathy and patience.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 10
Very interesting to hear more from the President of the Parliament about the parliamentary approach and perspective how to best solve the situation in
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 10
Good to see my 🇨🇾 counterpart in today to speak about 30 yrs of bi-communal , , , 🇪🇺 🇪🇺 and out good bilateral cooperation 🇨🇾🇸🇰
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 10
Visiting again after 5 years, SRSG Elizabeth Spehar gave me an update on the rapprochement between the two communities and I stressed the importance of upholding dialogue and small steps.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 8
Wrapping up with a panel on what drives today’s disruption & how to tackle it. As always important messages, thoughful analysis and fresh ideas came from many speakers throughout last 3 days – need time to digest and think how we can use them in our everyday work.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 8
Always an immense pleasure to see Bar. Catherine Ashton. Agreed that state of international relations has changed so much since we worked together at the EEAS – and I’m afraid not for the better. We need new momentum to get things back on track!
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 8
With of Regional Cooperation Council discussing one of main themes: Western Balkans – reforms, current state of play, EU perspective.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 8
With Member of Bundestag – chair of SK-CZ-HU group of friends. Who aside from being from Skalica, Slovakia, does excellent parliamentary work on Ukraine.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 8
Starting Day3 of with Latvian Foreign Minister , discussing EU priorities especially enlargement and neighbourhood.
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Miroslav Lajčák Jun 8
With Assistant US Secretary of State for European and Eurasion Affairs Phil Reeker in the margins of stressed strong level of bilateral relations and joint priorities in multilateral issues, security, defence and OSCE.
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