Morning News: Tuesday, October 11, 2022

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  • The head of the Czech Security Information Service (BIS), Michal Koudelka, warned at a conference on Monday that there is still a danger of Russian subversive operations in Czechia and that the state must be prepared to face them, the Czech News Agency reports.


  • Automobile manufacturer Škoda Auto will newly be also active in Vietnam. The company, which is part of Volkswagen Group, will start selling cars imported from Czechia on the Vietnamese market from next year.

  • The unemployment rate in Czechia grew by 0.1 percent to 3.5 percent between the months of August and September, the Labour Office announced on Monday, with 256,380 people registered as looking for work.


  • Liquefied natural gas from the Eemshaven terminal in the Netherlands is already being used in the Czech Republic, said the spokesman of Czech energy company ČEZ, Roman Gazdík. The gas was being used to supply ČEZ clients, with some of it being stored in facilities located in Czechia, he added.


  • 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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