The Republic´s President Václav Klaus will participate in an informal EU – USA summit in the Prague Congress Centre on Sunday 5th April 2009 from 12:00. In the introduction of the speech, the President will greet the leaders of the national delegations and the ministers of foreign affairs. Afterwards, he will attend together with the Czech Republic´s government chairman a work dinner of the heads of the states and the governments of the EU membership countries with the US President.
The Czech Republic´s President Václav Klaus will participate in a NATO summit that will take place during the days 3rd – 4th April 2009 on the occasion of the Treaty´s 60th anniversary in the german Baden-Baden, Kehl and the french Strassbourg. The president will present a speech concerning the future of the Treaty and the NATO-Russia relations during a work dinner for the national delegations´ leaders in Baden-Baden on Friday 3rd April. The President and the Czech Republic´s government chairm
Prague Castle on 4th and 5 th April 2009 - opening hours: Saturday 4th April: - Prague Castle area from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m.- Historical monuments ( except Cathedral of St. Vitus) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.- St. Vitus Cathedral : from 9 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.Sunday 5th April 2009The whole area of Prague Castle with historical monuments will be open after leaving of Barack Obama. It is supposed to be at about 12 a.m.
On Wednesday, January 21, 2009, the President of the Czech Czech Republic Václav Klaus sent a letter of congratulation to Barack Obama on his inauguration as the 44. President of the United States. Dear Mr. President, Allow me to congratulate you personally and on behalf of the citizens of theCzech Republicupon your inauguration as the 44th President of the United States. I am confident that under your guidance and leadership the United Stateswill pursue effective ways to address the challenge
On January 19, 2009, the President of the Czech Republic Václav Klaus sent a letter to H. E. George W. Bush, the President of the United States of America, with the following wording: Dear Mr. President, On your last day in office, I would like to express my thanks for all your work which has contributed to strengthening the friendly relations between the United States of America and theCzech Republic. Our countries are friends and allies. We have common values, common interests, common prior
On January 5, 2009, the President of Israel, H. E. Mr. Shimon Peres, called the President of the Czech Republic, H. E. Mr. Václav Klaus. President Peres informed President Klaus about the causes and circumstances of the Israeli intervention in Gaza. President Klaus emphasised that he was a supporter of a balanced attitude towards the present phase of the conflict. Regarding the tragic development in the region he regarded as necessary to seek for a solution in a short term, which would stop th