Slovak caretaker Premier Ludovit Odor attended on Wednesday celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt am Main. The event marked 25 years since the introduction of the euro – the common European currency used in 20 out of 27 EU countries.
"It is very important for [Slovakia] that we are in the core of the EU, in the euro area, and I'm very happy that the people of Slovakia overwhelmingly support this project. It's about stability; about not having to worry about sudden fluctuations, exchange rate differences and being free to pay in the whole eurozone with a single currency," said Odor.
The PM met top EU representatives and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz with whom he discussed mutual cooperation between Berlin and Bratislava.