Top Czech News Headlines: Tuesday, March 22, 2022

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  • Over 205,000 people fleeing Russia’s war on Ukraine have now received special visas to be in the Czech Republic, the Ministry of the Interior said on Monday. To date around 110,000 have registered with the country’s migration police.


  • EU foreign ministers did not agree on the form of the fifth package of sanctions against Russia today and their scope is to be defined by EU leaders at their summit in Brussels on Thursday, Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky told journalists.


  • Public prosecutor Jaroslav Saroch brought charges against former PM Andrej Babis and his former aide Jana Nagyova in the case of a 50-million-crown EU subsidy for the Capi hnizdo farm and conference centre. The Prague Municipal Court will deal with the case.


  • The Czech government plans to introduce the option to keep company accounts and tax records in Euros from January 2024, according to the Finance Minister Zbynek Stanjura (ODS).

  • The Czech Republic is the 9th best destination for an active holiday, according to fitness platform Gymcatch, mostly due to the country’s appeal for hikers, cyclists, and skiers.

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