After meeting with Slovak President Ivan Gašparovič on Thursday, Czech President Miloš Zeman expressed the hope that the Visegrad group, which includes the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary, could be expanded to include Slovenia. The Slovak press reported on Friday that Mr Gašparovič, however, is not in favour of such a move. On the second day of his visit to Slovakia, Mr Zeman is scheduled to lay a wreath at the statue of the co-founder of Czechoslovakia, General Milan Štefánik, in Bratislava. The Czech president will complete his first international visit with a lunch on Friday with the chairman of the Slovak Parliament, Dušan Paška.
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