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In an interview published on his website on December 27, Zeman called Moscow's remarks in opposition to the plan "absolute insolence."
14:11, 28 December 2019
Czech PM Babiš explains photo with pro-Russian activist, while President Zeman "did not recognize" Crimea part of RussiaThis was Russia's typical disinformation campaign, experts explain.
11:55, 01 November 2019
Pro-Putin organization members from occupied Crimea meeting with Czech president "provocation" – Ukraine diplomatsThe Ukrainian side has urged Czech officials "not to flirt" with Russian invaders and their puppets amid ongoing persecution of pro-Ukrainian Crimea residents.
10:40, 31 October 2019
The Czech diplomat denied any calls from the Czech Republic regarding autonomy for Rusyns in Ukraine's Zakarpattia.
03:45, 12 September 2019
Czech president discusses with Ukrainian Zakarpattia's Rusyns "recognition of autonomy within Ukraine"The Ukrainian ambassador stated that the “Rusyn issue” is a political project funded by the Kremlin to destabilize Zakarpattia.
10:20, 11 September 2019
The spokeswoman noted that it was a shame to hear from President Zeman a message regarding decentralization in Ukraine, because this reform had already been recognized by the European Union as one of the most successful ones implemented by Kyiv.
09:50, 22 March 2019
These companies got their equipment delivered by vehicles under Russian diplomatic cover.
10:40, 19 March 2019
The statement refutes earlier claims by Czech President Milos Zeman.
21:10, 07 May 2018
<p>Incumbent Milos Zeman has won the most votes but not enough to win the first round of the Czech presidential election, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.</p>
19:21, 13 January 2018
<p>A woman stripped off her shirt and rushed to Czech president Milos Zeman shouting in English "Zeman – Putin's slut" as the president prepared to cast his vote in a presidential election on Friday, according to Reuters.</p>
18:52, 12 January 2018
<p>A group of European Parliament deputies from the Czech Republic sent a letter to the President of the country, Milos Zeman, appealing that he apologize to Ukraine for his recent statements, according to Radio Svoboda.</p>
13:35, 19 October 2017
<p>Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has called "insane" the statement of Czech President Milos Zeman about "legalizing" the annexation of Crimea.</p>
16:20, 12 October 2017
<p>The Embassy of Ukraine in the Czech Republic has received words of support and apologies from citizens of the Czech Republic for the words of their president Milos Zeman about Crimea, according to Ukrainian Ambassador to the Czech Republic Yevhen Perebyinis.</p>
16:43, 11 October 2017
<p>Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says he strongly disagrees with Czech President Milos Zeman's statement that the annexation of Ukraine's Crimea by Russia is a 'fait accompli.'</p>
13:45, 11 October 2017
<p>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.</p>
22:00, 10 October 2017
<p>Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin believes that Czech President Milos Zeman cannot be "fixed," and suggests countering those who invited him to address the meeting of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, where he said that Ukraine should agree with the Russian Federation on financial compensation or that in energy resources for the stolen Crimea.</p>
19:10, 10 October 2017
<p>President of the Czech Republic Milos Zeman has shared his personal view with the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe that Ukraine's loss of Crimea is fait accompli and Russia can pay Ukraine compensation for the annexation of the peninsula to avoid European war, according to footage posted on the PACE's website.</p>
16:44, 10 October 2017
<p>President of the Czech Republic Milos Zeman says he has received an invitation from Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Sochi, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL).</p>
12:20, 21 September 2017
<p>The official position of the Czech Republic is the position of the country’s government, which is interested in maintaining good relations with Ukraine, Czech Ambassador to Ukraine Radek Matula told Europeiska Pravda publication, commenting on anti-Ukrainian statements of Czech President Milos Zeman.</p>
13:30, 09 August 2017