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Helping Czech Science

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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

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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 ►

Photo Gallery: Herman Van Rompuy in the Czech Republic

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Date: 23 February 2011  Venue: Prague

Ambassador Milena Vicenová takes part in meetings and other programme of the President of the European Council in Prague. more ►

France and the Czech Republic defend a common position on energy

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Date: 31 January 2011  Venue: Brussels

Joint press statement by Karel Schwarzenberg, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, and Laurent Wauquiez, French Minister for European Affairs. more ►

And yet it will be in Prague! The Galileo Agency is going to move next year

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After six years of focused and joint efforts the decision was made on Friday, December 10, 2010. The administrative headquarters of the Galileo European satellite system will be located in Prague. more ►

Some Progress on Canadian Visas Is Not Enough

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A comment by the Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to the EU, Ambassador Milena Vicenová, published in Hospodářské noviny on Friday, 24 September 2010. more ►

Idea of Central European Kings Grows Stronger in Brussels

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Bohemian King John the Blind, King Charles I of Hungary and King Casimir III the Great of Poland would probably be surprised. Their vision of close cooperation in politics and economics, which they agreed upon in Visegrad in 1335, and which came… more ►