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Juncker’s investment package: Opportunity bearing certain constraints


To get an agreement on the Juncker investment package, avoid vague concepts, new rules and new forms of investment, writes the Czech Republic’s secretary of state for EU affairs. more ►

V4 Round Table “Key challenges of the Automotive industry”


Date: 02 December 2014  Venue: Brussels/Belgium

Visegrad Countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) rank among frontrunners in car manufacturing in Europe. The automotive industry is a significant factor of their economies in terms of GDP,… more ►

Conference: Lessons in democracy since 1989: A source of inspiration for Ukraine and Tunisia?


Date: 13 November 2014  Venue: European Parliament, Brussels/Belgium

The Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU in cooperation with Czech Centre Brussels, European Partnership for Democracy and Václav Havel Library organized the conference: “Lessons… more ►

Easing transatlantic trade will also bolster the Czech Republic


Writes Martin Tlapa, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for Non-European Countries and Economic Diplomacy, in his article for Czech weekly magazine E15. more ►

What chance a 2030 deal?


"The chances of a climate and energy agreement are high – but don’t bet your house just yet" writes Tomáš Prouza the Czech state secretary for European affairs. more ►

Czech Commissioner-designate


Shortly before the hearing in the EP scheduled for October 1 2014 we publish a profile of Věra Jourová the Czech Commissioner-designate for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality. more ►

Statement of the Czech diplomacy on the Incursion of the Russian Troops into Ukraine


The Czech Republic considers the incursion of the armed forces of the Russian Federation into the territory of eastern and southeastern Ukraine a fundamental threat to peace and stability of all of Europe. more ►