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|BRATISLAVA， Aug. 31 (Xinhua) -- Arpad Ersek from the Most-Hid party was appointed as the new Slovak transport， construction and regional development minister by President Andrej Kiska on Wednesday.
Ersek replaced Roman Brecely from Siet party， who resigned from the post on Monday.
The changes in the governing coalition come as five members of parliament from Siet resigned. Most-Hid is now assuming posts at individual ministries hitherto held by Siet.
Moreover， the coalition of Smer-SD， SNS， Most-Hid and Siet has dropped the latter to become a three-party coalition.
Under Brecely， Ersek served as the ministry's state secretary. He held the same post under former transport minister Jan Figel (2010-12) as well.
Ersek's self-proclaimed main tasks as transport minister include launching preparations of project documents for roads that are needed the most in Slovakia.
He said that it was a big mistake to neglect the construction of the R7， R2， R3 and R4 expressways， which will connect Northern and Eastern Slovakia with the richest part of the country in the West.
ST. PETERSBURG vans slip on españa , Sept. 21 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. wants to bury the Nord Stream 2 project and presses on the EU to get it done, the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev said on Thursday after meeting here with Prime Minister of Finland Juha Sipila.
TASS reports that Medvedev criticized the position of the European Commission on the Nord Stream 2. He said that its intention to make Russia sign a separate agreement on the project is unacceptable in terms of equal treatment for all investors.
"Nord Stream 2" is a project of the second natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany that runs along the bottom of the Baltic Sea.
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Political and industry leaders from across the country united in condemning the threat in anonymous letters sent to farming and dairy industry leaders in November last year.
Prime Minister John Key said in a televised press conference that the government had planned to reveal the threat next week, but moved earlier after news media began asking questions.
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The police had earlier urged the person or group responsible for the threat to come forward.
"The letter writer may not have really considered the implications of their actions when this communication was drafted. Now is the time to put this right by picking up the phone and calling us," Deputy Commissioner (National Operations) Mike Clement said in a statement.
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The opposition New Zealand First party said the threat was despicable and "terrorism of the worst kind."
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Infant Nutrition Council Chief Executive Jan Carey said the threat was an "act of economic terrorism."
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Police said the letters sent to the Federated Farmers industry group and the Fonterra dairy cooperative were accompanied by small packages of milk powder that subsequently tested positive for the presence of a concentrated form of the poison 1080.
The letters threatened to contaminate infant and other formula with 1080 unless New Zealand stopped using 1080 for pest control by the end of March 2015.
Sodium monofluoroacetate, known as 1080, is a poison used to protect New Zealand's native flora and fauna against introduced pests such as possums and ferrets.
Its use has been controversial over the years with opponents saying it poisons native animals and contaminates the environment.
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