Morning News: Monday, October 10, 2022

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  • The Czech Ministry of Defence is preparing a change in legislation that would enable more effective protection of critical infrastructure in Czechia due to Russian aggression against, the ministry’s chief Jana Černochová said in a debate programme on Czech Television on Sunday.


  • Some 320 soldiers are being deployed as of Sunday to assist police and customs officers in guarding the state border with Slovakia. Soldiers from ground forces and members of active reserves will be based in the South Moravia, Zlín and Moravia-Silesia regions.

  • The export of military equipment from the Czech Republic to Ukraine has totalled CZK 47 billion this year, including CZK 4.2 billion provided by the state, Defence Minister Jana Cernochova told journalists yesterday.


  • The opposition ANO party would win elections to the lower house of parliament with 29.5 percent voter support, suggests a freshly released poll by the Kantar Agency for Czech Television.


  • Czech President Milos Zeman will hold a round-table debate on energy issues at the presidential summer residence at Lany near Prague next Thursday, Presidential Office head Vratislav Mynar has told CTK.

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