Sunday, February 17, 2008

Newly Re-Elected Czech President Doesn't Favor Recognition of Kosovo's Independence

Prague - Recently re-elected Czech president Vaclav Klaus, in a Sunday talk show on the local TV station Prima, took a cool position towards the recognition of Kosovo, saying "The government determines foreign policy, but if I were to sit with the Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Prime Minister, and the Minister for Europe, I would in the course of dialog say: Let's not hurry, let's not do what isn't necessary." According to him, however, they are moving in the opposite direction. The Czech Republic belongs to those countries who are leaning towards recognition of Kosovo. (sources: TV Prima, novinky.cz)

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