Morning News: Wednesday, November 9, 2022

  • The National Cyber and Information Security Agency says the number of cyber incidents in Czechia last month was far above average, reaching the highest level since April. Officials say they recorded 19 cyber-attacks in October, with some carried out by the group Anonymous Russia.


  • The Czech minister of foreign affairs, Jan Lipavský, is set to visit Georgia on Wednesday and Thursday. He will hold talks in Tbilisi with his counterpart, Ilia Darchiashvili, and Prime Minister Irakli Garibasvhili.


  • Businessmen Karel Janecek and Karel Divis have both joined the ranks of presidential candidates for January’s election, submitting their bids today at the Interior Ministry on the last day possible. Janecek submitted his bid with over 73,000 signatures of citizens, and Divis collected 61,600,


  • Unemployment in the Czech Republic reached 3.5 percent in October, remaining at the same level as in September. The number of job seekers fell by 588 to 255,792 compared to the previous month. The number of vacancies on offer declined by around 8,700 to 297,360, the Czech Labour Office said on Tuesday.


  • The United States and the Netherlands will jointly pay for the renovation of 90 Czech T-72 tanks to be sent to the Ukrainian Army, Pentagon press secretary Sabrina Singh announced late last week.

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