Billionaire behind Ukraine initiative: “I feel even worse than in 1968”
Czech billionaire businessman Dalibor Dědek has launched an international petition drive calling for tougher action against Russia over its war on Ukraine.
Expert: Albright’s relationship with Havel was “crucial”
Madeleine Albright, a former US secretary of state who was born in Czechoslovakia in 1937, has died at the age of 84. I discussed her legacy with journalist Daniel Anýž.
Czech, Polish and Slovenian PMs meet with Zelensky in Kyiv
Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala, together with his counterparts from Poland and Slovenia, met with Ukraine’s President Zelensky in Kyiv.
Political analyst on Kyiv visit: They wanted to show that they do not recognize Russian dominance
Political analyst Jiří Pehe says the visit to Kyiv by three prime ministers was a signal both to Russia and the EU.
EU to provide humanitarian modules for 50,000 Ukrainian refugees in Czechia
The European Union has promised to provide modular humanitarian bases to Czechia in order to help house the large influx of people arriving in the country.
Czech PM discusses further steps against Russia with UK and V4 leaders
Prime ministers from the Visegrad Four, including the Czech Republic’s Petr Fiala, met with Boris Johnson in London on Tuesday to discuss the situation in Ukraine.
Michael Romancov: “Of course Russian citizens are responsible”
Russia expert Michael Romancov discusses likely scenarios ahead following Putin's attack on Ukraine and related Czech issues, such as Zeman’s Putin U-turn.
Roman Máca: “Hunter” of Putin’s radical Czech followers
A security expert focused on media and internet, Roman Máca is now busy monitoring a rise in activity among pro-Russian online voices linked to Putin's attack on Ukraine.
Nearly 200 million crowns raised through Ukraine support concert in Prague
This week’s Sunday Music Show is dedicated to the Concert for those affected by Russia’s attack on Ukraine, which took place on Wenceslas Square this Monday.
Brno shooting range offering free training for Ukrainians returning home to fight
Employees at the Brno-Řečkovice shooting range have decided to do their bit in helping Ukrainians defend their country by providing free weapons handling courses on AK-47s.
“Russians became first victim of their own hybrid war“, says expert who predicted Ukraine invasion
We spoke to Jan Kofroň, an international relations scholar at Charles University’s Faculty of Social Sciences, who predicted Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
New focus for historical testimonies NGO – direct aid to Ukrainian Army
Memory of Nations records the testimonies of Czechs who suffered under the Nazis and Communists. Now it has a new focus: raising money for materials for the Ukrainian Army
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