Israeli Ambassador Anna Azari: The interest in Jewish culture here is sometimes quite amazing
“After the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia we always rooted for the Czech hockey team” says Israeli Ambassador to Czechia Anna Azari in an interview for RPI.
09:26Czechia helping abroad
Fighting unemployment and getting girls back into school: Czech development projects in Ethiopia
While just under a third of Ethiopias inhabitants live below the poverty line and more than half are illiterate, the population is growing fast.
Expert: Pavel Taiwan call symbolic move for domestic electorate
President-elect Petr Pavel made international news this week by phoning the president of Taiwan. But what was behind this move?
11:09Czechia helping abroad
A wine register and clean drinking water: Czech development projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Czechia has been developing close partnerships in Bosnia and Herzegovina since the 1990s and has also been supporting it in its preparations for EU accession.
Czech president-elect causes stir with call to Taiwan
China has reacted with anger to a phone call between Czech president-elect Petr Pavel and the president of Taiwan, reminding Prague of the “One China” principle.
Lipavský: The more Russia does, the more the West listens to us on Ukraine
Foreign Minister Jan Lipavský discusses a host of issues, from Russia's war on Ukraine and Europe's response to Czech relations with China, the Visegrad Four – and Czechia.
29:26The Velvet Divorce
Thirty years after divorcing, Czechs and Slovaks still close
Journalists from Radio Prague Int. and Radio Slovakia Int. get together to talk about the break-up of Czechoslovakia and how it has affected people-to-people relations.
People in Need halts programmes in Afghanistan after Taliban bans female aid workers
In response to the Taliban‘s crackdown on women’s rights in Afghanistan, Czech NGO People in Need have suspended their programmes in the country.
EU foreign ministers debating 9th package of sanctions against Russia
Czechia, which currently holds the rotating EU presidency, is negotiating support for a ninth package of sanctions against Russia in Brussels.
Czechia to employ thousands of Ukrainian arms industry experts to step up weapons production
In the coming months, Czechia will employ thousands of experts from Ukraine in its arms manufacturing industry, thanks to a deal struck between Czech PM Fiala and Zelensky.
Ambassador Nick Archer: Czechs’ knowledge of UK “disconcertingly deep”
After five years, British ambassador Nick Archer’s time in Prague is coming to an end. In an interview on the eve of his departure, he discusses a wide range of subjects.
02:16War in Ukraine
Prague expresses solidarity with Warsaw in wake of missile explosion
Czech officials have responded with concern to the news that two allegedly Russian missiles hit Polish territory on Tuesday, killing two people.
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