Court opinion says travel freedoms don't apply to heads of state
Slovakia did not violate EU laws when it denied entry to then-Hungarian President Lszl Slyom in 2009 because such visits depend on the host country's consent, The migration of computing into a cloud of massive data centres spread all over the world is giving regulators a headache as they find themselves on the back foot of an industry-driven trend.
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“Dimitri at the races in Russia”
Since: Jan 10
#1 Mar 12, 2012
It depends on host country´s consent.
Since Slovaks did not want to see him here, Slovaks were right to send him back.
Once again, Slovaks had outfoxed those duck plucking Magayrs.
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