Bush speaks to Slovak people

US PRESIDENT George Bush started his open-air speech on Hviezdoslavovo square several minutes ago by greeting the thousands of Slovaks in their own language. “Dobrý deň“ (Good day), he said in a heavy accent. He thanked Slovak officials and “the citizens of a free Slovakia” for their achievements in politics, the economy, and society. Slovak Prime Minister Mikuláš Dzurinda introduced Bush to the public.

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