The Czech president, Miloš Zeman, and his Slovak counterpart, Andrej Kiska, discussed the common European currency in Prague on Wednesday. Mr. Kiska told reporters that he had told his host that Slovakia had benefited from adopting the euro. He made the comment at Lidice in Central Bohemia, which the heads of state were visiting on the 73rd anniversary of its destruction by the Nazis.
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