The charges centre on a 50-million-koruna (2 million euros) subsidy granted to the Capi hnizdo (Stork's Nest) leisure resort, which sits around 50km south of Prague, in 2007. Police suspect that Babis hid Agrofert's ownership of the resort in order to access the subsidy, for which only small companies were eligible.
The plane was escorted from Belgrade by Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and Czech Ambassador to Serbia Tom Kuchta.
At the session on May 20, the Government of Serbia decided that Serbia should give the Czech Republic 100.000 "Pfizer-BioNTech" vaccines as a sign of solidarity with the citizens of that country in the fight against COVID-19 epidemic.
The President thanked Babis for his hospitality and pointed out that our exports and imports rates are growing. "We talked about everything: about vaccination, what we can do for Czech companies...", said Vui in a conversation with the media.
President Vui added that among the topics of conversation in Prague was the dialogue between Belgrade and Pritina.
The Czech Republic is expelling 18 Russian diplomats over suspicions that Russian intelligence services were involved in an ammunition depot explosion in 2014, its government said on Saturday.
The central European country is a NATO and EU member state, and the expulsions and allegations have triggered its biggest row with Russia since the end of the communist era in 1989.
The Slovak-born Babis is well aware that a delivery of Sputnik V just helped depose the prime minister of his mother country, but he's also eyeing his rapidly dwindling popularity ahead of the Czech elections in October and the likelihood that he'll have to rely on Zeman's Machiavellian manoeuvres if he wants to head the next government.
Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Andrej Babi, arrived today to an official visit to Serbia, during which he met with the state leadership of our country.
At Belgrade's "Nikola Tesla" airport, Babis was welcomed by Serbian Foreign Minister Nikola Selakovic.
The President of Serbia posted a joint photo with Babi and Ana Brnabi on his Instagram account.
"Imagine me being Harry Potter, having a magic stick and transforming all the planned projects into reality now," he continued. "We would immediately become a second Switzerland."
Of course, Babis was quickly reminded that despite his immense economic and political heft, his powers remain earthbound.