Slovak President Andrej Kiska who is on a state visit to the Czech Republic has been received with military honours at Prague Castle by President Miloš Zeman. The heads of state expressed satisfaction with regard to the countries’ above-standard bilateral relations, though they agreed that there was room for improvement, such as improving the motorway connection between the two countries. They also discussed military cooperation and possible cooperation on foreign markets. The Slovak head of state will later meet with Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka and Senate chairman Milan Stěch.
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