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As Slovakia's trust in democracy fades, its election frontrunner campaigns against aid to Ukraine

  • Slovakia's frontrunner party, led by Robert Fico, opposes sending arms or ammunition to Ukraine if they are part of the government, highlighting a shift from their previous staunch support.
  • The country has seen public trust in liberal democracy and Western organizations decline, with half of Slovak respondents viewing the United States as a security threat. The chaotic tenure of the previous center-right coalition government and a pro-Russian disinformation campaign have added to the frustration.
  • Fico also questions Ukraine's ability to force out Russian troops and opposes EU sanctions on Russia, suggesting that the European Union and the United States should use their influence to push for a compromise peace deal between Russia and Ukraine.
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