Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka is to pay a two-day working visit to Germany at the end of next week. His talks with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel on March 13th are expected to cover EU and bilateral issues as well as the crisis in Ukraine. It will be the prime minister’s third foreign trip abroad in office, after Slovakia and Poland.
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