Outgoing Slovak President Ivan Gašparovič will meet next week with his Czech counterpart and the Czech prime minister in his final state visit to Prague. Gašparovič steps down in June and will be succeeded by Andrej Kiska. On Tuesday, he will meet with President Zeman at Prague Castle, and he and his spouse will be given a tour of Saint Vitus’ Cathedral, attending a state dinner in the evening held in their honour. Mr Gašparovič last visited Prague in April.
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