Top Czech News Headlines: Wednesday, July 6, 2022

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  • The Czech Republic is among the 40 states to sign the Lugano Declaration, a document to come out of the Ukraine Recovery Conference in Lugano, Switzerland, which commits the signatories to support Ukraine throughout its path from early to long-term recovery from the war.


  • President Miloš Zeman told CNN Prima News that he supports further arms deliveries to Ukraine and Czech involvement in the training of Ukrainian soldiers. He would also like to deepen the Czech Republic’s involvement in training Ukrainian soldiers.

  • Based on a new study conducted by the DZS Czech National Agency for International Education Research – as part of the Czech Republic Alumni program – 81% of foreign students in the Czech Republic report being able to find a job easily.


  • The current government does not intend to increase TV (currently CZK 135 per month) and radio (now CZK 45) fees. Culture Minister Martin Baxa (ODS) said: “Our government coalition does not want to increase the concession fees. I think there are the right reasons to do so“.


  • Prague has a new urban charging hub for electric vehicles. Pražská energetika has opened a set of eight public charging stations in the parking lot of the Prague Congress Centre, which will allow up to 15 electric cars to be charged at the same time. This is the largest charging point in the city.

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