Morning News: Tuesday, March 14, 2023

  • Petr Pavel will visit Ukraine in April, the Czech News Agency reports. The recently inaugurated Czech president agreed on this during a phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky on Sunday.


  • Meteorologists have called a high wind warning for the western parts of the country on Tuesday. The wind is expected to gain in strength late Tuesday afternoon and last until midnight, with a force of around 70 kilometers per hour and more in the mountain regions. There is a heightened danger of falling trees and electricity lines.


  • Czech Transport Minister Martin Kupka is pushing for the European Commission to modify and postpone some of the strict Euro 7 emission standards on reducing air pollution from new motor vehicles sold in the EU to meet Europe’s Green Deal.


  • President Petr Pavel held talks with his Slovak counterpart President Zuzana Čaputová in Bratislava on Monday. The two heads of state discussed the possibility of making joint foreign trips to further their countries’ interests and closer cooperation in fighting disinformation.


  • Ryanair will offering four new destinations this summer season. Passengers will then be able to go to Gdańsk, Rimini, Seville, and Skiathos. The carrier expects a 21% increase in the number of flights compared to last summer season.

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