Slovak PM Fico in ‘serious condition’ as shooting suspect appears in court

Published May 18, 2024

Court near Bratislava rules that man accused in assassination attempt will be held in custody.

Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico remained in hospital in “serious condition” as a court ruled that the man accused in the assassination attempt will be held in custody.

On Saturday, Minister of Health Zuzana Dolinkova said a two-hour surgery on Fico the previous day to remove dead tissue from multiple gunshot wounds “contributed to a positive prognosis”.

But it was unlikely that the prime minister will be transferred from the hospital in Banska Bystrica to the capital, Bratislava, in the coming days as he remains in “serious condition”, said Deputy Prime Minister Robert Kalinak, who is also the defence minister.



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File photo of lovak Prime Minister Robert FicoCredit: Reuters Photo
Published May 18, 2024

Banska Bystrica (Slovakia): The condition of Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico has stabilised but remains serious, the country’s health minister said on Saturday, following Wednesday’s assassination attempt against the central European leader.

Slovakia’s deputy prime minister also said the transfer of Fico to the capital Bratislava from the small-town hospital near the area where he was shot five times at point blank range would not take place in the coming days.

There was no need to formally take over Fico’s official duties and some communication with the premier was taking place, Deputy Prime Minister Robert Kalinak told reporters in front of the hospital where Fico was being treated.




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