Schuster to address parliament after meeting Bush

President Rudolf Schuster has said he will deliver his annual state of the nation address to parliament following his June meeting with US President George Bush, at which Bush plans to question Schuster on Slovak politics. Calling his meeting with Bush “the most important in [Slovak] history,” Schuster said he would save his speech to parliament until the turn of June and July, the latest possible moment before expected September elections.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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