The chair of the Czech Senate Milan Štěch has announced that he will not be making an official visit to Russia in March as planned. Mr. Štěch said the visit had been postponed indefinitely at his request in connection with Russia’s military actions in Crimea. The visit by one of the Czech Republic’s leading representatives was to have focused on the development of bilateral relations.
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