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Robert Fico: The pain you experienced will serve something good

Robert Fico: The pain you experienced will serve something good

Visibly weak but resolute, Robert Fico stood in front of the camera, above all to thank the paramedics, doctors and health workers who took care of him in Nytrabania and then in Pieszterzepanja for more than two weeks, and to thank everyone for their support. “If all goes well, I can gradually return to work at the end of June and beginning of July. It is time for me to take the first step, which will be forgiveness. I do not feel any anger towards the unknown man who shot me. “I forgave him, and let him think about why he did what he did.”

The Prime Minister linked the attacker's motive to the opposition. “On May 15, an opposition activist tried to kill me because of my political views,” he added, adding that there was no reason to believe he was attacked by a lone madman. According to him, it is clear that “he was an emissary of evil and political hatred,” and that the behavior of the demoralized and politically unsuccessful opposition had reached unmanageable proportions in Slovakia.”

Robert Fico indicated that he had been saying for months that an assassination attempt on a government politician in Slovakia was almost certain. “It was only a matter of time before tragedy struck. “I said it publicly to the press, I said it to the ambassadors of all EU and NATO countries, and I raised this issue in several bilateral meetings,” said the prime minister, who was being treated by doctors at St. Michael’s Hospital. In Bratislava, he stressed the need to respect each other's different opinions, and the Prime Minister pointed out that “the opposition does not respect the result and authority of the democratic parliamentary elections.”

Robert Fico said he believes all the pain he went through will be for his benefit. “People can see with their own eyes the horrors it can lead to when someone is unable to compete democratically and respect the opinions of others. I'm no angel when it comes to politics either. I can be strong. The governments I lead are not perfect,” the Prime Minister admitted. And it wasn't perfect. Robert Fico believes that having a different opinion is the foundation of all meaningful democratic competition.

“The solution cannot be to stop the opponent for no reason or to kill him surreptitiously. The opposition must think about this matter. If you insist on your current position, the horror of May 15, which you all saw practically alive, will continue and there will be more victims. I have no doubt that That's for a moment,” the Slovak Prime Minister concluded his speech.

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