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Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic on the “stress tests” of nuclear power plants

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High safety standards in nuclear power production are a topmost priority for the Czech Republic. We support the efforts of the European Union to promote and improve nuclear safety not only in Europe, but also on global level. more ►

New Czech Ambassador to the EU

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Date: 03 September 2012  Venue: Brussels

The new Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to the EU, Ambassador Martin Povejšil, replaces Ambassador Milena Vicenová. more ►

Meeting of the Prime Ministers of the V4 in Prague

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Date: 22 June 2012  Venue: Prague

Prime minister Petr Nečas hosted a formal Summit of Prime Ministers of the Visegrad Group countries. The four heads of governments coordinated their positions before the upcoming European Council. more ►

Photo Gallery: Prime Minister Nečas in Brussels

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Date: 23 May 2012 - 24 May 2012  Venue: Brussels

Czech Prime Minister Petr Nečas took part in an informal European Council and met the European Commission President José Manuel Barroso. more ►

Visegrad Four statement on the decision of the Swiss government

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Date: 19 April 2012  Venue: Brussels

Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs Karel Schwarzenberg called a meeting of his Visegrad Group counterparts in Brussels. The Czech Republic currently chairs the V4 Group. more ►

Visegrad Group Declaration “Responsibility for a Strong NATO”

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Date: 18 April 2012  Venue: Brussels

The V4 declaration was oficially presented on the sidelines of a jumbo meeting of NATO ministers of foreign affairs and defence. more ►

Are we telling the truth about the real price of EU membership?

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Op-ed article by the Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to the EU, Milena Vicenová. more ►