Czech security council to discuss counter terrorism strategy
The Czech Republic’s security council will meet on Tuesday to analyze the Czech Republic’s counter terrorism strategy and learn from other countries’ know-how in helping victims of terrorism, the news agency ČTK reported on Monday. The council will also discuss drills related to terrorist threats. The meeting will be attended by President Václav Klaus in his role as the supreme commander of the Czech Armed Forces. The country’s security council last met two months ago when it discussed funding for the army at a time of government spending cuts.