Morning News: Friday, September 9, 2022

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  • Jan Zizka, a film about 15-century Hussite warrior Jan Zizka directed by Petr Jakl in international co-production, which is the most expensive film in Czech cinematography history with a budget of almost 0.5 billion crowns, is released in cinemas in Czechia today. The international premiere for invited guests took place in Prague on Thursday with most foreign actors featuring in the film present.


  • Pressure on Turkey must be exerted over the rising number of Syrian refugees coming to the EU from this country in the past months, Czech Interior Minister Vit Rakusan told reporters in the Chamber of Deputies today, adding that he wants to debate this issue with his EU counterparts.


  • The Czech government has decided not to continue the legal dispute with the European Commission started by the previous government of Andrej Babiš over a blocked subsidy, news site reported on Thursday.


  • Gas storage capacities in Czechia are continuing to be filled despite Russia halting its gas supplies via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline and have so far reached 85% capacity, Industry Minister Jozef Síkela said on Thursday.


  • Czech National Anti-drug Coordinator Jindřich Vobořil wants to strictly regulate the Czech cannabis market as cannabis sales should be decriminalised and regulated at the European level.

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