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MOSCOW, May 10. /TASS/. Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico said in an interview with TASS his working visit to Moscow was due on June 2.
The prime minister said he has studied results of the recent intergovernmental commission, "but the conclusions read general wording like 'will see,' 'will agree', 'will apply ever effort'."
"I have addressed the commission's co-chairs to avoid general wording and discuss a detailed range of issues and problems, which will be subject of my visit to Moscow planned for June 2."
"I am pleased the intergovernmental commission has considered my suggestions," he said. "I do not doubt the intergovernmental commission has taken great efforts, worked hard to make my visit successful."
The prime minister continued saying he always tries to have his business trips "substantial and meaningful, so that agreements were to the benefits of parties.".