Czech embassy says president Zeman in PACE expressed "personal opinion" on "selling" Crimea
The Czech Embassy in Ukraine notes that Czech President Milos Zeman during his address in PACE on Tuesday, October 10, expressed his personal point of view on the issue of Crimea, according to Minister Counsellor and press secretary of the Embassy David Masek.
"The Embassy is aware of the reports that emerged in the media regarding Zeman's speech in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. According to the media, in some parts of the speech his personal point of view was voiced," Masek said in a written response.
At the same time, the embassy noted that "with a request for comments, it is necessary to apply to the press service of the Office of the President of the Czech Republic."
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