Top Czech News Headlines: Wednesday, April 20, 2022

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  • A new poll indicates that 78 percent of Czechs agree with the country’s membership in NATO, which is the highest figure recorded since 1994. The survey by the STEM agency.


  • Czech armaments companies are to repair Ukrainian heavy military vehicles, the Czech Ministry of Defence said on Tuesday. The first contract will be for the repair of T-64 tanks by Czechoslovak Group companies.


  • The Czech police organized crime squad (NCOZ) is conducting an investigation into possible war crimes in Ukraine based on the testimonies of refugees fleeing from war to the Czech Republic.


  • The 8th Open House Prague festival is ready for the annual celebration of Prague’s architecture, this time taking place on May 16–22, 2022. On the weekend of May 21–22, the festival is set to open 101 buildings and spaces across Prague for free.


  • The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) found irregularities worth CZK 775 million in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) accounting for the year 2020. The material misstatement worth CZK 724 million consisted of a failure to impair the value of a contribution to an endowment fund.

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