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Prime Minister Fico has been released from hospital to home care

Prime Minister Fico has been released from hospital to home care

Fico will not be transferred to another hospital. He would like to be transferred to home care as soon as his health allows it.

The Slovak Prime Minister was seriously injured in an assassination attempt Robert Fico From the Roosevelt Clinic in the city Banska Bystrica He was released and taken to his apartment Bratislava It was brought.

This was reported by Slovak media on Thursday evening. In the morning he was the clinic director Miriam Labonnikova He explains that Vico will not be transferred to another hospital. He would like to be transferred to home care as soon as his health allows it.

The aggressor: hatred of Fico and his government's policies

The leftist populist prime minister was seriously injured by several bullets by a government opponent on May 15 as he was leaving after a government meeting in the small town. Handlova He went out to meet the waiting supporters. The attacker, who was arrested immediately after the attack, is currently detained. During police interrogation, the 71-year-old justified his crime with hatred for Fico and his government's policies. This emerges from a document submitted by the responsible court German News Agency They are sent in anonymous form upon request.

Accordingly, the attacker said that he did not agree with the policies of the Fico government, its judicial and media policies, as well as the “Judas position” towards the European Union. Most importantly, he wants the military aid provided by Slovakia to Ukraine, which Fico stopped, to continue. That's why he “decided to act.” He did not want to kill Vico, but rather make him “medically unfit to continue his work.”

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In fact, it is currently unknown if and when Fico will be able to resume his official duties. Government officials said on Wednesday that he was at least able to eat again for the first time two weeks after the crime.