An inter-ministerial team will draft up measures to tackle the record high Czech unemployment levels, the minister of labour and social affairs, Michaela Marksová-Tominová told the news agency ČTK on Sunday. The team will include experts from the ministries of labour and social affairs, education and industry and trade, according to the minister who presented the outlines of her plan to President Miloš Zeman at the weekend. With nearly 630,000 jobless people, the unemployment levels reached a record high in January.
Prague’s central district warns of Airbnb ghost town scenario
Sting: My father and grandfather had to point rifles at Germans – thanks to the EU I’ve never had to
Analyst: Migrant quota row will leave the Czech Republic on the periphery outside the EU core
Major Czech operators end roaming surcharges as EU deadline draws near
EU summit opens with spat between President Macron and Visegrad Group