German President Christian Wulff is expected to arrive in Prague on Monday for a day of talks with Czech top officials. He will be received at Prague Castle by President Vaclav Klaus and attend a ceremonial dinner given in his honour. His talks with the Czech president and prime minister are expected to focus on bilateral relations, EU matters and the outcome of the recent NATO summit in Lisbon. Two problem issues that have been highlighted by the Czech side are the restriction of the German job market for Czechs, which is to expire in May 2011, and the often humiliating road checks which Czech drivers are subjected to in Bavaria.
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