Morning News: Friday, September 22, 2022

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  • Russians that are leaving their country for fear of being subject to mobilisation do not fulfil the conditions for being granted a humanitarian visa in Czechia, Foreign Minister Jan Lipavský told the Czech News Agency on Thursday.


  • The Czech Police has already detained 9,500 illegal migrants since the beginning of June more than half of them this month, Czech Television reported on Wednesday. Their number has been rising rapidly over the past few weeks.


  • Czechia registered its first case of a death of a patient who was infected with monkeypox. Health Ministry spokesman Ondřej Jakob has since told the Czech News Agency that the patient died of pneumonia and that he also suffered from other diseases, such as HIV.


  • The Czech Republic could increase its GDP by €15 billion, or roughly CZK 360 billion, by 2030 thanks to the digital economy.  Growth will continue to be driven by e-commerce and the burgeoning information technology sector.


  • The Office of the Government will save money in the Straka Academy and other buildings by lowering temperatures or limiting lighting to the safety minimum. Similar steps will also be taken in the ministries, reducing the number of appliances such as refrigerators.

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