Top Czech News Headlines: Wednesday, December 29, 2021

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  • Bolt will expand its fast grocery service to the Czech Republic by January after entering the booming business of couriering drinks and snacks to users earlier this year. It will face competition from local rivals like Rohlik, and Wolt.


  • Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg, who will come to Prague on Thursday, will be the first foreign guest whom new Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky will receive in his seat in the Czernin Palace. They will talk about the relations between the two countries and preparation for the Czech presidency of the Council of the European Union.

  • Health workers administered more than one million booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccine in Czechia in the last 20 days. More than 9,300 people aged from 30 to 44 received the booster shot on Monday.


  • Poland hopes to make progress in negotiations with the new Czech government over the open-pit lignite Turow mine near the border, Poland’s prime minister said on Tuesday, referring to the most serious spat between the two European Union members in decades.


  • Czech diplomacy and politicians condemned today’s ruling of the Russian Supreme Court ordering the dissolution of the international NGO Memorial that uncovers the crimes committed under the Communist regime in Russia.

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