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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Dublin, 11 February: Ireland is interested in close cooperation with Slovakia both in the final stage of its European Union accession process and afterwards, Irish officials told Slovak Foreign Minister Eduard Kukan during his one-day visit to Dublin on Tuesday [11 February].
Kukan first met Speaker of Irish Parliament Rory O'Hanlon, and both praised the trouble-free relations between their two countries and expressed hope that Slovakia's entry to the EU would further widen possibilities for mutual cooperation.
Kukan later met parliamentary Committee for the EU Chairman Gay Mitchell and …