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  • The Czech Republic has considerably improved its position in the implementation of the measures against money laundering and financing of terrorism, the Council of Europe’s (CE) anti-money laundering body MONEYVAL writes in its report released today.


  • Outgoing Prime Minister Andrej Babis hopes that the new government will follow the approach to the EU of his own cabinet, he said in the farewell letter to the ambassadors of EU countries in the Czech Republic, published on his webpage today.


  • The Czech People in Need Humanitarian organisation has resumed its work in Afghanistan and foreign workers, including several Czechs, have been in its mission since November, the organisation has told CTK in its press release.


  • The number of phishing attacks in the Czech Republic has increased significantly this year. Czechs encountered them 35% more often in 2021 than last year. This is according to an analysis by antivirus company Avast.
    Fraudulent messages sent via email are the most widespread (82%), followed by phishing websites (25%) and SMS messages (22%).


  • Škoda Transportation will deliver 14 emission-free Škoda E´City electric buses to DPP in Prague. The company could take delivery of the first vehicle by the end of 2021, with the remaining 13 to follow in February 2022.
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