Czech Centres preparing “whole culture season” for EU presidency
The Czech Republic’s six-month presidency of the EU gets underway in exactly one month’s time. In parallel the Czech Centres network will be running a whole host of events.
Czech EU presidency to open with composition “Stronger Than Yesterday” at Rudolfinum
The Czech Republic's EU presidency starting in July will be accompanied by a vast number of cultural events including a concert on a floating stage on the Vltava River.
Czech government seeks exemption from Russian oil ban
The Czech Republic is one of the countries that have called for a two-to-three-year transition period from the EU’s plan to ban Russian oil imports.
Czech foreign minister outlines EU presidency priorities amid “Russian war on international order”
Czechia’s head of diplomacy Jan Lipavský outlined the country's priorities for its upcoming EU presidency.
Ahead of EU Presidency, Czechs seek alliances outside divided Visegrád Four
The Czech government, which takes up the EU presidency in July, hopes to deepen ties with countries outside the V4 . Is a split looming with illiberal Poland and Hungary?
ČEZ director warns EU taxonomy plan could complicate Czechia’s energy transformation
The current European Commission taxonomy proposal could bring about complications when it comes to transforming the Czech energy sector, according to ČEZ CEO Daniel Beneš.
Babiš: high EU birth rates, not “mass, unchecked illegal migration”, answer to demographic crisis
PM Andrej Babiš told the ongoing Budapest Demographic Summit EU countries must defend borders, bar “illegal migration” and raise European birth rates
iRozhlas: EU rejected Czech request to postpone conflict-of-interest progress review
Czechia has until Wednesday to tell Brussels how it has resolved conflict of interest issues regarding EU subsidies – and Prime Minister Andrej Babiš.
National Recovery Plan approved, concerns about financial irregularities remain
EU finance ministers have approved the Czech National Recovery Plan, opening the way for the country to receive advance money for its chosen projects.
Afghanistan and Belarus in spotlight with Czech Ambassador to EU’s Political and Security Committee
We spoke to Ambassador Jitka Látal Znamenáčková, who is the Deputy Head of the Czech Permanent Representation to the EU.
Edita Hrdá: The Czech EU presidency will be an opportunity to bring Brussels to Prague
Every year, at the close of the summer Czech ambassadors posted around the world are invited to Prague for consultations on foreign policy and economic diplomacy.
Rule of Law Report fair to all EU member states, says Commissioner Jourová
European Commission Vice-President Věra Jourová says the recently published Rule of Law Report it is based on a fair approach to all member states.
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