Laura Bush opens InfoUSA at University Library

US FIRST Lady Laura Bush opened InfoUSA, an American information centre, in the University Library in Bratislava, on the morning of February 24.

Also present was the Slovak Ministry of Culture, Rudolf Chmel.

Laura Bush, a former teacher and librarian, said that InfoUSA is a highly prestigious academic facility.

The First Lady mentioned that Slovakia and the USA have been good friends for a long time and allies that are connected by common values and an emphasis on the meaning of education in society.

Prepared by Spectator staff

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