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Boris Kollár and Peter Pellegrini opened a sports hall in Vranov, which bears their names. The journalists were given a stop sign – REFRESHER


They invited journalists to the party, but they did not let them go. Apparently there was not enough food for everyone. Share Save Saved Share Share article You must be logged in to save an article. Failed to save changes. Try logging in again and try again. If the problem persists, please contact the administrator. An error has occurred If problems persist, please contact the administrator. They opened a new school sports hall Aréna PKO in Vranov nad Topľou. However, according to Korzár, the abbreviation, which usually means a park of culture and recreation, exceptionally indicates the initials of the chairman of Hlas Petr Pellegrini, the chairman We are the family of Boris Kollár and the honorary consul of Ukraine and regional deputy Stanislav Obický. The organizers did not admit the journalists to the event connected with the ribbon cutting and the cultural program in the premises of the Lúčna Primary School in Vranov, despite its promotion by the town hall. The office of the National Council of the Slovak Republic and deputies allegedly also counted on their participation, and the school principal allegedly decided not to let them go. According to Stanislav Obický, this was a misunderstanding related to the insufficient capacity of the hot and cold buffet. He said that there were too many journalists on site and that the mayors present flocked to the hall. The capacity was said to be ready for only 95 guests. “I knew it wasn’t good, that it was spontaneous. We did not make a hot and cold buffet for so many people. Maybe someone instructed to invite them. Those boys aren’t to blame, the headmistress isn’t to blame. It was a kind of defect that had to be solved right there and not offended. ”Elementary school director Blažena Matisová said that the instruction not to allow journalists came from the founder of the town of Vranov nad Topľou. She also confirmed speculations that PKO really means the initials of “the people who deserved the hall”. Eva Fedorňáková, a spokeswoman for Vranov City Hall, who invited journalists to the event, did not comment on the situation. Michaela Jurcová, spokeswoman for the chairman of the National Council of the Slovak Republic, did not understand the non-admission of journalists. The conjecture about the origin of the name PKO was also confirmed by Stanislav Obický. “Pellegrini gave a million, we gave two thousand as deputies of the Prešov self-governing region, two hundred thousand was given by the city and two hundred thousand came from Kollár. Well, you see, and that’s it. Pellegrini, Kollár, Obický. ”Apart from the chairmen of the parties, the vice-president Miloš Svrček and MP Peter Pčolinský, as well as the Prešov Regional Member for Hlas Ján Ferenčák and the deputies of the National Council of the Slovak Republic for Hlas Matúš Šutaj-Eštók and Richard Raši . Report a bug. If you find a defect in the article or have comments, let us know. Source: sme.skPreview image:

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