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Czech president-elect has office swept for Russian bugs before he starts work

Irish Independent 04 Feb 2023
The Czech Republic’s president-elect has ordered a sweep of his new office, fearing that he could be spied on by Chinese and Russian intelligence officers after moving in ... populist rival, marks a significant step by the Czech Republic to move away from Russia and China.
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Rapid Robotics and Universal Robots Team up to Fight Labor Shortages With Swift Cobot Deployments

The Joplin Globe 02 Feb 2023
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China Warns Incoming Czech Leader Over Call with Taiwan’s Tsai

Caixin Online 01 Feb 2023
What’s new. China has lodged stern representations with the Czech Republic on Tuesday after the latter’s President-elect Petr Pavel held a phone conversation with Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen ... Pavel, a retired general and former NATO senior official, was elected Saturday as the new president of the Czech Republic.
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Czech President-Elect Seeks Ukraine's Admission to NATO, EU

Urdu Point 01 Feb 2023
"My opinion is that Ukraine should be part of both NATO and the European Union in the future," Pavel told Czech newspaper Blesk ... Pavel, a 61-year-old retired Czech army general and former chair of the NATO Military Committee, scored a landslide victory in the Czech Republic's presidential election on January 28.
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In diplomatic coup, Taiwan president speaks to Czech president-elect

Asahi News 31 Jan 2023
Tsai said she hoped that under Pavel’s leadership the Czech Republic would continue to cooperate with Taiwan to promote a close partnership, and that she hoped to stay in touch with him. “Bilateral interaction between Taiwan and the Czech Republic is close and good,” her office summarized Tsai as having said.
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Beijing Voices Strong Opposition to Czech President-Elect's Phone Call With Taiwan's Head

Urdu Point 31 Jan 2023
"This is a blatant violation of the Czech Republic's political commitment to the one-China principle and sends a wrong signal to the 'Taiwan independence' separatist forces ... The spokeswoman called on the Czech Republic to "take immediate and effective measures to correct the ...
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New Czech President Vows to Boost Ties with Taiwan

Beijing News 31 Jan 2023
'The president acknowledged that President-elect Pavel carries on the spirit of former Czech President (Vaclav) Havel who respected democracy, freedom and human rights, under which the republic was founded, and is like-minded with Taiwan,' Tsai's office said in a statement. Havel was the Czech Republic's first president in 1993-2003.
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Taiwan president speaks to Czech president-elect 

Hong Kong Standard 31 Jan 2023
Tsai said she hoped that under Pavel's leadership the Czech Republic would continue to cooperate with Taiwan to promote a close partnership, and that she hoped to stay in touch with him. . "Bilateral interaction between Taiwan and the Czech Republic is close and good," her office summarized Tsai as having said. .
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New Czech leader vows to boost ties with Taiwan

The Manila Times 31 Jan 2023
Tsai "acknowledged that president-elect Pavel carries on the spirit of former Czech president (Vaclav) Havel who respected democracy, freedom and human rights, under which the republic was founded, and is likeminded with Taiwan," her office said in a statement. Havel was the Czech Republic's first president from 1993 to 2003.
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Tsai open to meeting new Czech leader

Taipei Times 31 Jan 2023
“I assured her that Taiwan and the Czech Republic share the values of freedom, democracy, and human rights ... Despite the lack of diplomatic ties, Taiwan and the Czech Republic have maintained cordial relations since the two sides opened representative offices in 1991 and 1993 in Prague and Taipei respectively.
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Taiwan president speaks to incoming Czech leader

Dawn 31 Jan 2023
Tsai said she hoped that under Pavel’s leadership the Czech Republic would continue to cooperate with Taiwan to promote a ...Bilateral interaction between Taiwan and the Czech Republic is close and good,” her office summarised Tsai as having said.
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China angered by new Czech president’s Taiwan phone call

Manila Standard 31 Jan 2023
“The president acknowledged that president-elect Pavel carries on the spirit of former Czech president (Vaclav) Havel, who respected democracy, freedom and human rights, under which the republic was founded, and is like-minded with Taiwan,” Tsai’s office said. Havel was the Czech Republic’s first president, serving from 1993 to 2003.
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Czech call to Taiwan 'trampled red line'

Hong Kong Standard 31 Jan 2023
"China strongly opposes and deplores this," Mao said, adding that the Czech Republic should take steps to "undo the negative impact ... to avoid irreparable damage to China-Czech relations." ... Pavel, who is a former chairman of NATO's military committee, now fully endorses the Czech Republic's military and humanitarian support for Ukraine.
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Czech president-elect Pavel moves to bolster ties with Taiwan leader Tsai

The Irish Times 30 Jan 2023
Assured Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen that 'Taiwan and the Czech Republic share the values of freedom, democracy and human rights' ... “I assured her that Taiwan and the Czech Republic share the values of freedom, democracy and human rights,” Mr Pavel, who takes office in March, said in a statement on Twitter.
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Ex-NATO general scores victory over populist in Czech vote

Killeen Daily Herald 28 Jan 2023
... published by the Czech Statistics Office ... An office once held by the late communist dissident Vaclav Havel in the decade after the Czech Republic split from neighboring Slovakia in 1993, the Czech president has sway in forming a Cabinet and appointing central bankers and judges.

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