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Slovak PM fights for his life as leaders condemn assassination attempt

Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico fought for his life in the hospital Wednesday after being shot multiple times in what the government called a "political assault," as world leaders reacted with shock and condemnation after the shooting.

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said he strongly condemns "the heinous assassination attempt" against the PM and wished him a speedy recovery.

Marc Pierini: Expectations for ‘success’ in Greek-Turkish relations ‘high’ 

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have a "unique and historical opportunity to consolidate the steps taken so far" in relations between their two countries, according to Marc Pierini, a senior fellow at Carnegie Europe and former European Union ambassador to Turkey.

Upholding Agreements: North Macedonia's Foreign Affairs Ministry Emphasizes Treaty Compliance

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia has urged the country's politicians, particularly elected state officials, to exercise caution in adhering to the Prespa Treaty signed with Greece in 2018, which altered the country's name and secured NATO membership.