Top Czech News Headlines: Monday, March 21, 2022

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  • The government will ask the lower house of Parliament to extend the state of emergency in the country in connection with the refugee crisis, Interior Minister Vit Rakušan said on Sunday.


  • Over 200,000 Ukrainian refugees have now received special humanitarian visas in the Czech Republic, and the overall number of refugees in the country, according to mobile operators, is nearing 300,000.


  • The Czech Republic is planning to open a temporary diplomatic representation in Ukraine. Deputy Foreign Minister Martin Smolek told Czech Radio that the ministry wants to open an office in Uzhhorod within two weeks.


  • After a relatively cool start to the astronomical spring, which fell on Sunday, temperatures will begin to rise noticeably this week. Temperatures could reach 17 °C on Wednesday.

  • The Czech Republic is the 9th best destination for an active holiday, according to fitness platform Gymcatch, mostly due to the country’s appeal for hikers, cyclists, and skiers.

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