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Czech President laments “stain” in Chinese cooperation ahead of Belt and Road summit

President Miloš Zeman is in China for another working visit, along with a trade delegation hoping to carve out slices of the world’s biggest market. Topping his public agenda is the “Belt and Road” summit on Beijing’s trillion-dollar project to boost trade and build infrastructure across Asia, Europe and Africa. In private, though, President Zeman’s talks are likely to centre on the low level of actual Chinese investment after five years of fanfare.

 
 
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The technology parade took place in Prague at Letná.

 
 
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Twenty years ago history was made in Independence, Missouri. Three post-communist countries officially entered the…

 
 
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Twenty years ago this Tuesday, the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary became the first former Eastern Bloc countries to…

 
 
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Czech PM tells President Trump he wants…

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and his wife Monika were received in the White House on Thursday by President Donald…

 
 
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The eyes of the Czech Republic today are on the White House where Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš is due to hold…

 
 
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Tibetan government leader in exile in…

After a four-year break, Prague City Hall will once again join the Flags for Tibet initiative, expressing support for…

 
 
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Russia accused of shady practices in…

On Monday, the Czech daily Deník N came out with a story that an official at the Russian Embassy is renting out…

 
 
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Social Democrats add fresh faces to…

At their party congress this weekend, the Social Democrats re-elected Minister of Interior Jan Hamáček chairman and…

 
 
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Senate rejects bill to tax church…

A Communist Party bill aiming to tax church restitutions hit the rocks in the Senate on Wednesday where the vast…

 
 
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Czech foreign minister: Civil society…

Czech foreign minister Tomáš Petříček on Monday addressed a session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, his first…

 
 
 
 
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