Morning News: Friday, August 5, 2022

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  • Czech foreign Minister Jan Lipavský welcomed in a statement to the Czech News Agency on Thursday the White House’s announcement that US President Joe Biden has nominated Bijan Sabet for the post of US ambassador to the Czech Republic.


  • Rent prices in Czechia are continuing to rise, the Czech News Agency reported on Thursday. Countrywide they rose by an average of 11 percent year-on-year, with Prague seeing the biggest increase at 15.6 percent.


  • Friday will continue to see tropical temperatures well above 30 degrees Celsius, with highs of 36 degrees in some places, but the weather will finally cool down by up to ten degrees over the weekend.


  • Fuel prices in the Czech Republic have fallen again since last week, and the price increase has accelerated. Natural 95 petrol is now sold at petrol stations for an average of CZK 44.41/l, which is CZK 1.41 less than a week ago. Diesel has become cheaper by CZK 1.10, to an average of CZK 45.11/l.


  • Czech detectives looking into the blasts in the ammunition depot in Vrbetice formed in February an investigating team with their British counterparts who deal with the poisoning of former Russian agent Sergei Skripal, the National Organised Crime Centre (NCOZ) spokesman said today. The reason for creating the joint team was information exchange about the suspects in both cases.

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