Food self-sufficiency is unrealistic for Czechia due to the world’s interconnectedness. Czechia, therefore, needs to focus on food security, such as maintaining adequate stocks of key foodstuffs, Prime Minister Petr Fiala stated on Thursday at the beginning of the agricultural fair Země živitelka in České Budějovice. Former President Václav Klaus also spoke at the opening. […]
In an interview with Lidové noviny, former President Václav Klaus evaluated the elections to the European Parliament and the EU. Klaus also commented on Brexit, Donald Tusk and his meeting with Steve Bannon.
In the long run, the EU is going down the road which is not in the interests of democracy nor the Czech nation, said longtime EU critic Vaclav Klaus Jr. However, there is no force around that would lead the Czech Republic towards Czexit talks, he added.
The treaty of Aachen is being prepared but its content is classified. It basically sets an alliance between the two European superelite countries, which is a clear sign that France and Germany renounce the EU. It means that creating an authentic European integration is too slow for them and that they are not going to consider those who are hindering it.
Former president Václav Klaus, a controversial figure for many, is widely associated with Czech economic transformation. However, he will most likely be remembered for something else, the divorce of Czechoslovakia, which was in historical context unbelievably quiet and dignified.
Former president Václav Klaus shared his opinion on the previous year in an interview with ParlamentniListy.cz. Giving Hungary as an example, Klaus said that both the Czech Republic and the EU need politicians with clear minds and opinions. He also criticized the European Union for its behavior towards the UK.
After being awarded by the Public Foundation for the Research of Central and East European History and Society and by the MOL Group, former Czech President Václav Klaus expressed what the Petöfi Prize means to him.
Pointing out that none of the leading representatives of the European Union arrived in Prague for the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia, ex-president Václav Klaus sharply criticized the visit of the French President and German Chancellor.
Václav Klaus took European elites to task saying that they are creating a false demand for migrants. The EU is evil and the sooner the current form of European integration will be over the better, Klaus said in an interview for Czech Radio.
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