Top Czech News Headlines: Thursday, June 9, 2022

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  • The Czech Republic and Poland will start uploading large datasets on the refugee crisis into the European registration system of refugees from Ukraine that will be launched in the forthcoming days. The registration system will allow for a rapid disclosure of duplicity in registered refugees within the whole of the EU.


  • The white-collar workers’ trade unions have declared a strike alert from June 9 to push for their demands for a pay rise due to high inflation in the Czech Republic. The trade unions demand that the salaries be levelled up based on inflation to preserve their purchasing power. They have not reached an agreement yet.


  • The Czech National Museum has brought 20 valuable collection items from Syria from the Bronze Age and antique, some of which are up to 4,000 years old, to Terezin for restoration. The artefacts were transported from Damascus with the aid of the Czech military.


  • British blues and rock guitarist Jeff Beck is due to perform in Prague in July along with US actor and musician Johnny Depp, the organizers announced on Wednesday. The two artists recorded the song Isolation together in 2020 and are releasing a joint album in July.


  • Czech carmaker Škoda Auto will resume supplies of vehicles to Ukraine in June and deliver 80 cars which will be assembled at the plant of Škoda’s business partner Eurocar in Ukraine’s Solomonovo.

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