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The self-determined split of the federal republic of Czechoslovakia into the independent countries of the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Wikipedia

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    • When Czechoslovakia peacefully split in 1993, the Czech Republic remained in Pool A but Slovakia (Slovak Republic) was placed in Pool C (now Division II).IIHF World U20 Championship-Wikipedia
    • Czechoslovakia was restored in 1945 until 1 January 1993 when it dissolved with its constituent states becoming the independent states of the Czech Republic and Slovakia.Czech Republic-Wikipedia
    • Following the Velvet Divorce and creation of the Slovak Republic, Košice became the second-largest city in the country and became a seat of a constitutional court.Košice-Wikipedia
    • In 1993, the city became the capital of the newly formed Slovak Republic following the Velvet Divorce.Bratislava-Wikipedia
    • The Slovak Republic and the Czech Republic went their separate ways after 1 January 1993, an event sometimes called the Velvet Divorce.Slovakia-Wikipedia
    • After the separation of Slovakia and the Czech Republic in 1993, Slovan played in the Slovak Extraliga and won eight championship titles over 19 years.HC Slovan Bratislava-Wikipedia

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