Morning News: Wednesday, August 31, 2022

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  • The Czech economy grew year-on-year by 3.7 percent in the second quarter of 2022 and by 0.5 percent when compared to the previous quarter, the Czech Statistics Agency reported on Tuesday.


  • Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky met his Ukrainian counterpart and assured him of the continuing Czech support for Ukraine facing the Russian invasion, before informal summit of the EU countries’ diplomacy heads in Prague on Tuesday, Lipavsky has tweeted.


  • The Prague City Hall wants to intensify the integration of Roma people into public life, fight against the majority society’s prejudices against Roma and provide social aid to them, based on the Roma integration concept for 2022-2030 which the City Council approved today.


  • Czech Chief of Staff Karel Rehka has visited Ukraine with his delegation, in particular Chernihiv and Kharkiv near the Ukrainian-Russian border and the front lines. Ukrainian Chief of Staff Valerii Zaluzhnyi said he appreciated the involvement and help of the Czech Republic both in the military area and in the hospitality the Czechs gave to the Ukrainian refugees.


  • 50 million vaccine doses had been ordered for the Czech Republic so far; 17 million have been used and covered by health insurers, Health Minister Vlastimil Valek (TOP 09) told Czech TV yesterday.

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