Top Czech News Headlines: Wednesday, June 29, 2022

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  • Prime Minister Petr Fiala had a meeting in Prague on Monday with his Saxon counterpart Michael Kretschmer, the Czech News Agency reported. Among other things, they discussed the building of a liquefied natural gas terminal in Germany.


  • The Czech Republic took silver in both the men’s and women’s sections of the 14th World Street Hockey Championships in Laval, Canada, after losing to the host nation in both finals. The men’s team lost by 6:3, and the women by 3:2.


  • The average price of lunch at a Czech restaurant stands at CZK 163, suggests a survey conducted in June by Sodexo Benefity, a company that supplies luncheon vouchers. That is CZK 28 higher than in 2020. In Prague, the average price of a lunch is CZK 190


  • The Czech minister of culture, Martin Baxa, will visit Lviv on Wednesday at the invitation of his Ukrainian counterpart, Oleksandr Tkachenko. The officials are expected to discuss the impact of Russian aggression on Ukraine’s cultural monuments and co-operation with Kyiv in this area.


  • The Czech government does not want to introduce a tax on windfall profits at energy firms but wants to explore what form of solidarity those firms can provide to the rest of the society, Prime Minister Petr Fiala said on Tuesday.


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