The Czech embassy in the Afghan capital Kabul has been evacuated over a terrorist threat, the news website lidovky.cz reported on Wednesday quoting a high Czech government official. The Czech Foreign Ministry has refused to comment. The evacuation allegedly took place at a time when Defence Minister Martin Stropnický announced plans to visit the Czech army contingent stationed in Afghanistan as part of NATO’s ISAF mission.
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