This is what Čaputová's official portrait looks like

Madam President's portraits will replace the image of her predecessor Andrej Kiska in the coming days.

From Saturday, the official portrait of Zuzana Čaputová' will replace that of the outgoing President Andrej Kiska in state offices, municipal offices and schools.

It will also be displayed in the offices of Slovakia's embassies and consulates abroad.

Just like all the presidents Slovakia has had so far, Zuzana Čaputová' had her official portrait taken by the TASR newswire photographer Pavol Neubauer.

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