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  • Will measures be relaxed on Monday? All we know so far
    on 27. November 2020 at 8:39

    Prague Daily Monitor Despite the Deputy Prime Minister Karel Havlíček and the Minister of Health Jan Blatný being optimistic about the grand re-opening on Monday, there is still a lot uncertainty within the government whether that'd be the right move. read more

  • Prymula is ready to resign, after all
    on 27. November 2020 at 8:39

    Prague Daily Monitor The Minister of Health, Roman Prymula, who was caught violating COVID-19 related measures last week, announced that he might resign today. Prymula stated on Czech Television that he will leave once the successor is chosen. read more

  • Schwarzenberg says EU "shouldn't tolerate" Czech Republic's migrant policies
    on 27. November 2020 at 8:39

    by Alex Richardson | Prague Daily Monitor Former Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg has come out and said that Central European states' unwillingness to go along with EU migration quotas is "unfair and inhumane." In an interview with Belgian newspaper New Europe, Schwarzenberg said that when it comes to accepting migrants, "the Czech Republic should behave like a normal EU country." read more

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  • Budapest Citadel Reconstruction to Continue under Archaeological Monitoring
    by MTI-Hungary Today on 27. November 2020 at 6:48

    Archeological research and a comprehensive site assessment completed in preparation for a three-year reconstruction of Budapest’s Citadel has revealed Celtic, Roman and Turkish coins and ceramics, and the remains of a 19th century observatory’s walls, the project manager has told MTI. Archaeological monitoring will be maintained during the entire project, Gábor Kőrösi said. Archeologists have The post Budapest Citadel Reconstruction to Continue under Archaeological Monitoring appeared first on Hungary Today.

  • Orbán-Morawiecki Meeting: Hungary and Poland Gov’ts Align Positions on EU Issues
    by MTI-Hungary Today on 26. November 2020 at 16:53

    Hungary will not accept any proposal on the European Union’s next multi-year budget and post-pandemic recovery fund that Poland deems unacceptable, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a press statement after talks with his Polish counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki on Thursday. Linking the political debate concerning the rule of law and the economic issue of managing The post Orbán-Morawiecki Meeting: Hungary and Poland Gov’ts Align Positions on EU Issues appeared first on Hungary Today.

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