Czech Foreign Ministry

Two Czech Tourists Drown in Bulgaria

Two Czech nationals drowned on holiday in Bulgarian seaside resorts, Czech Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Michaela Lagronova confirmed on Saturday evening. 

One of the holiday makers drowned on the coast near Burgas, the other in the seaside resort of Kiten. Both went swimming in risky conditions, one in a stormy sea, the other late at night. 

Two Czechs arrested over alleged links to YPG

A Turkish court has arrested two Czechs over membership of the Syrian Kurdish Peoples' Protection Units (YPG), a senior Czech official said on Aug. 2.

Turkish security forces detained the 30-year-old man and 24-year-old woman -Miroslav Farkas and Marketa Vselichova—in the southeastern province of Şırnak that borders Syria and Iraq on Nov. 13, 2016.

Turkish security forces capture two YPG militants of Czech origin

Two Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) militants of Czech origin were captured by Turkish security forces on Oct. 13 in the southeastern Turkish province of Şırnak.

Czech Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Michaela Lagronova verified that two Czech nationals were arrested in Turkey and are being charged with being a member of a terrorist organization.

Vucic: Regional reconciliation, stability Serbia's priorities

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic on Wednesday received the Czech Foreign Ministry's special Western Balkans and OSCE envoy Stefan Fuele.

Regional stability is a foundation for economic prosperity in Serbia and the entire region, and regional reconciliation and cooperation remains a priority of the Serbian government policy, Vucic noted.

Nikolic: Serbia wants to join EU, but not at price of recognising Kosovo

BELGRADE - Serbia wants to become a full EU member, but not at the price of recognising Kosovo-Metohija or giving up on the friendship with Russia, President Tomislav Nikolic said Wednesday at a meeting with the Czech Foreign Ministry's special Western Balkans and OSCE envoy Stefan Fuele.

Nikolic: Serbia wants to join EU, but not at price of recognising Kosovo

BELGRADE - Serbia wants to become a full EU member, but not at the price of recognising Kosovo-Metohija or giving up on the friendship with Russia, President Tomislav Nikolic said Wednesday at a meeting with the Czech Foreign Ministry's special Western Balkans and OSCE envoy Stefan Fuele.