President and Slovakian Prime Minister Dzurinda Discuss Policy
Office Of The Prime Minister
11:15 A.M. (Local)
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PRESIDENT BUSH: I also talked about visa policy. The Prime Minister was very strong
about reminding me that he wants there to be a different visa policy, a
better visa policy for the citizens of Slovakia. He made the case very
clearly on behalf of the citizens of Slovakia. I listened very closely
to what he had to say. I told him that we will work with the Slovakian
government to reform the visa policy -- reform in a way that conforms
with the desires of our Congress, but, nevertheless, the Slovakian
people should see a different visa policy coming out of the United
States because we've now got a road map that we both must work on. It
won't happen instantly, the policy won't happen instantly, but the
Prime Minister urged me to move down the road map. And I want to thank
you for taking that leadership position, as well.
Again, I want to thank the citizens of this great country for your
hospitality. I want to thank my friend, the Prime Minister, for
inviting me here in the first place, and for extending such a warm
greeting to me and Laura and our delegation.
Thank you, sir. Appreciate you.
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