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Japanese Prince and Princess Akishino to visit Slovakia in late June

On Tuesday, June 4 the Japanese Embassy to Slovakia informed The Slovak Spectator in a press release that on June 23 to 26, Prince and Princess Akishino, officially invited by the President of the Slovak Republic Ivan Gašparovič, will pay a visit to the Slovak Republic.

On Tuesday, June 4 the Japanese Embassy to Slovakia informed The Slovak Spectator in a press release that on June 23 to 26, Prince and Princess Akishino, officially invited by the President of the Slovak Republic Ivan Gašparovič, will pay a visit to the Slovak Republic.

During their stay they will visit not only Bratislava, but also eastern Slovakia, namely Poprad. They will arrive in Slovakia from the Croatian port of Dubrovnik, before continuing to Slovenia.

(Source: Japanese Embassy)
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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