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We need ‘red lines’ on the rule of law, Slovakia’s foreign minister says

By France24
11 May 2023   |   3:05 pm
Talking Europe interviews Rastislav Káčer, Slovakia's straight-talking minister for foreign and European affairs. Slovakia became the first NATO country to deliver warplanes to Ukraine, and Káčer discusses what difference that delivery could make, as well as Slovakia's plans to double its ammunition production.

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