Czech President Miloš Zeman and the former British prime minister Tony Blair had an informal meeting at Lany chateau outside Prague on Saturday evening. According to the president’s spokesman they debated the European Union and the situation in Ukraine. Mr. Blair also took part in an economic forum in Prague on the future of Europe and its competitivness. The two officials last met two years ago in London.
Prague transit stops start of massive project for US student
Political scientist: Prague has become a hub for Russian operations in broader Central Europe
Growing concern over plight of leading Chinese investor in the Czech Republic
President Zeman’s Chinese advisor arrested
Jan Masaryk’s mysterious death – a “last nail” in the coffin of democracy in 1948