Top Czech News Headlines: Friday, March 11, 2022

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  • Czech labour offices have issued some 1,000 work permits to Ukrainian refugees so far and employers offer almost 17,000 vacancies to the newcomers. The draft legislation under which the refugees with tolerance visa may freely access the job market without any work permit will be discussed by the lower house on Friday.


  • The radio station Ukrainskie Radio (Ukrainian Radio) has started broadcasts for hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians in the Czech Republic this morning. The channel is to provide the latest information on the developments in Ukraine.


  • The portal, run by the Moravian Library in cooperation with the Prague and Blansko City Libraries, has created the Libraries for Ukraine website at, which provides librarians as well as teachers with materials for working with Ukrainian refugee children.


  • The Chamber of Deputies has approved the 2022 budget. The bill was approved by 99 MPs of the ruling coalition. The opposition parties voted against, arguing that the budget would undermine growth and fails to adequately address the soaring  inflation.

  • Fifty Czech soldiers sent to help out with the refugee crisis on the Slovak-Ukrainian border have set up army tents for 400 refugees near Liptovský Mikuláš. They will run the refugee camp for at least a month.

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