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Slovakia's new president calls on EU's eastern bloc to respect rule of law

Reuters Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Slovakia's new president called on the Visegrad group of eastern EU member states on Thursday to protect the rule of law to avoid being seen as "weakening the European Union", signaling a possible rift within a bloc that often acts together.
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