Morning News: Friday, September 30, 2022

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  • Czechia will receive $106 million (approximately CZK 2.7 billion) from the United States for military modernisation, partial compensation for supplies to Ukraine and cyber protection. The financial aid, which is part of the second Supplemental Ukraine Package, was approved by the US Congress on Thursday.


  • The purchase price of flats in Czechia has more than doubled over the past ten years, according to the data released by the Czech Statistics Office on Thursday. Compared to the second quarter of 2012, residential property prices rose 132.6 per cent.


  • The price of fuel in Czechia continues to fall, reaching the lowest level since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. According to CCS data, a litre of the most popular Natural 95 has fallen by almost 80 halers to CZK 37.56 per litre within the past week. The average price of Diesel is CZK 43.01 per litre, which is the lowest figure in five weeks.


  • Russian hockey players from the San Jose and Nashville teams can take part in the upcoming NHL games in Prague, Tomáš Pojar, an advisor to Prime Minister Petr Fiala on foreign relations, told Seznam Zprávy on Thursday. The teams, which are due to play at Prague’s O2 Arena on October 7 – 8, each have at least one Russian player.


  • Over 87,800 refugees from Ukraine with temporary protection visas are currently working in the Czech Republic, most of them in the Central Bohemian Region, Czech Labour Office spokeswoman Katerina Berankova told CTK yesterday.

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