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Slovak and Polish presidents to meet informally on Friday

Slovak President Ivan Gašparovič are to informally meet with the President of Poland, Bronislaw Komorowski, at the Slovak-Polish border in the northern Slovak region of Upper Orava on Friday, February 22.

Slovak President Ivan Gašparovič are to informally meet with the President of Poland, Bronislaw Komorowski, at the Slovak-Polish border in the northern Slovak region of Upper Orava on Friday, February 22.

As presidential spokesman Marek Trubač told the SITA newswire, both presidents will open an international cross-country skiing race on “a trail without borders” on the Slovak side and hand over trophies to the winners of the race. The presidents will use the occasion to talk about current issues concerning bilateral relations between the two countries. "They will talk about issues concerning cross-border cooperation, improving regional communication and energy transmission connections and development of the wider European area," said Trubač.

(Source: SITA)
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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