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Bratislava hands out tickets for Bush speech

THE BRATISLAVA government has 100 tickets available for the public for the speech by American President George Bush in Hviezdoslavovo square on Thursday February 24, the SITA news agency reported.

The tickets for the Slovakia Welcomes President Bush event are available from 8:00 on Tuesday February 22 at the Citizens' Service in the new Town Hall building at Primate's square 1.

One person can have up to four tickets. The speech programme starts Thursday at 9:30. Entry to the square is from 8:30.

Compiled by Zuzana Habšudová from press reports

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