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Double standards in product quality?


When the European Union „banned“ our favorite rum prior to May 1, 2004, I did not share the offence of the Friends of Božkov and sail boats. more ►

The Visegrad Four at Visegrad Castle


Date: 01 July 2011  Venue: Visegrad, Hungary

At midnight on 1 July 2011, Hungary passed the Presidency of the Council of the EU on to Poland. At the same moment, the Czech Republic took over the one-year Presidency of the Visegrad Group. How will we… more ►

The Czech Republic helps ill North African children


Date: 29 June 2011  Venue: Benghazi / Prague

The first three Libyan children with grave heart diseases arrive for treatment in the Czech Republic. more ►

Ostrava introduces Roma inclusion project


Date: 26 May 2011  Venue: Brussels

Ambassador Milena Vicenová takes part in negotiations of the Mayor of Ostrava in Brussels. more ►

Reaction of Ambassador Milena Vicenová, the Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to the EU, to statements by European Commissioner Cecilia Malmström


Helping Czech Science


How much money are we willing to invest in our future? I mean an investment in science and research. more ►

Czech Republic in the European Voice on the future of the Internal Market


Date: 09 April 2011  Venue: Brussels

Martin Kocourek, Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, and nine other EU ministers responsible for competitiveness write an article for the prestigious weekly. more ►