Today Prime Minister Iveta Radicova is on a one-day official trip to Slovenia, where she will be meeting up with the country’s top officials to discuss bilateral relations.
Radicova and the Slovak delegation, which includes economy minister Juraj Miskov and various businesspeople, are making the trip at the invitation of Slovenian PM Borut Pahor. The meeting is chiefly intended to boost co-operation between Slovakia and Slovenia.
The Slovak PM will also have meetings with Slovenian president Danilo Turk and head of parliament Pavel Gantar. Radicova will also be giving two speeches on her visit, at the Slovak-Slovenian Economic Forum and then at the University of Ljubljana.