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OVERVIEW: Travel rules valid from 17 May 2021


Due to the development of the pandemic and concerns about the spread of new coronavirus mutations, new rules for travel to the Czech Republic and for the return of Czech nationals will come into… more ►

Response of Ministry of Foreign Affairs to Russia's decision to include Czech Republic in list of "unfriendly countries"


The Russian government approved a list of "unfriendly countries" to which the measures set out in President Putin's decree of late April this year will apply. The list includes the Czech Republic… more ►

Minister Kulhánek met with his counterpart in Budapest, the main topics were travel and the economy


On Tuesday, 11 May 2021, Minister of Foreign Affairs Jakub Kulhánek (ČSSD) visited Hungary, where he met with the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó. The talks… more ►

Minister Kulhánek signs new strategic cooperation plan with Japan


On 7 May, Foreign Minister Jakub Kulhánek (ČSSD) held talks in Warsaw with his Japanese counterpart Toshimitsu Motegi. At the meeting, the ministers signed the Action Plan for Cooperation between… more ►

Allowing our citizens to travel is a priority, Minister Kulhánek and his Austrian counterpart agreed


On Thursday, 6 May 2021, Minister of Foreign Affairs Jakub Kulhánek (ČSSD) received the Austrian Minister for European and International Affairs Alexander Schallenberg at the Czernin Palace. It… more ►

On his first foreign trip Minister Kulhánek visited Slovakia


Minister of Foreign Affairs Jakub Kulhánek was in Slovakia on Wednesday, 28 April 2021. This was the new foreign minister's first trip abroad following his appointment to the top diplomatic post,… more ►

MFA response to the reduction of local staff


Russia has decided to limit the number of so-called local staff (i.e. Russian employees at the Czech Embassy in Moscow and the Czech House employed under local law) at the Embassy of the Czech… more ►

Czechia will reduce and cap the number of Russian embassy workers


The Russian Federation did not respond to the Czech request to return staff to the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Moscow. Therefore, pursuant to Art. 11 of the Vienna Convention, the Ministry… more ►

Minister Kulhánek acquainted NATO allies with evidence of the involvement of Russian agents in the Vrbětice explosion


On Thursday, 22 April, Foreign Minister Jakub Kulhánek presented detailed evidence of the involvement of Russian GRU agents in the Vrbětice explosion to the North Atlantic Council. He also… more ►

Congratulatory Telegram from Secretary of State Blinken to Minister Kulhánek


Foreign Minister Jakub Kulhánek has received a message of congratulations from the Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. more ►