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MFA Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Volgograd


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic strongly condemns the terrorist attacks that occurred in the Russian city of Volgograd on 29 and 30 December 2013. These attacks against… more ►

Statement of Visegrad Foreign Ministers on the situation in Ukraine


The countries of the Visegrad Group reconfirm their strong interest in the political stability and economic prosperity of Ukraine and follow with great concern the events witnessed in the streets… more ►

Statement of the MFA on the Occasion of Human Rights Day


On 10 December, one of the most important achievements of the United Nations throughout its existence is commemorated – the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. For the… more ►

MFA Statement on the death of Nelson Mandela


On December 5th, Mr. Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, a symbol of a struggle for human rights and against apartheid and the first president of democratic South Africa, died aged 95. Madiba, as he was… more ►

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the developments in Ukraine


Ukraine currently sees massive demonstrations of citizens dissatisfied with the surprising decision of the country’s leadership not to sign the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the… more ►

MFA statement on the release of the Zimbabwean human rights defender Ms. Beatrice Mtetwa


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic welcomes the Harare Magistrate`s Court (Zimbabwe) judgment of November 26, 2013 by which Ms. Beatrice Mtetwa has been set free from criminal… more ►

MFA Statement on Interim Nuclear Agreement with Iran


The Czech Republic takes a positive note of the fact that the negotiations between the EU High Representative, E3+3 (USA, Russia, China, Great Britain, France and Germany) and the Islamic… more ►