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Address of the President of the Czech Republic to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Western European Union

English Pages, 2. 6. 2009

Mr. President, Members of the Parliamentary Assembly, Ladies and Gentlemen,

Thank you for the invitation and for giving me the opportunity to address this important gathering. I have to start with admitting that this is my very first visit to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Western European Union.

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Presenting the book “Planète bleue en péril vert” in Paris

English Pages, 2. 6. 2009

It is a great pleasure to be here, in this beautiful city, in this well-known club, and to have the opportunity to present the French version of my politically very incorrect book “Planète bleue en péril vert” to you and to all potential French readers of it.

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Expression of thanks from the President of the Czech Republic after the meeting with the Prince and Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta

English Pages, 31. 5. 2009

Your Highness, members of the Order,

on behalf of my wife and myself I would like to thank you for the possibility to meet with you, the highest representative of the Order of Malta, and for the friendly reception we received here. We appreciate it very much.

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Speech of the President of the Czech republic at the Eastern Partnership Summit dinner

English Pages, 7. 5. 2009

Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, dear friends,

Let me welcome all of you at this very special dinner organized on the occasion of the EU Eastern Partnership Summit, which has been taking place in Prague today and which I have the honour to conclude by hosting this event.

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Press Statement by the President of the Czech Republic After the Senate Vote on the Lisbon Treaty

English Pages, 7. 5. 2009

I have to start expressing my disappointment with some of the Senators who by agreeing with the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty – after an unprecedented political and media, domestic and foreign pressure – renounced the views they had publicly held until recently, and together with them also their political and civic integrity.

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Green policies = economic decline

English Pages, 6. 5. 2009

I am surprised at how so many people in Europe, the United States, and elsewhere have come to support policies underpinned by hysteria over global warming, particularly cap-and-trade legislation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and subsidies for "green" energy sources.

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Notes of the President of the Czech Republic for the EU – Japan Summit

English Pages, 4. 5. 2009

Mr. Prime Minister, Mr. President, Mr. Secretary General, ladies and gentlemen, let me welcome all of you in Prague at the EU-Japan 2009 summit. The Czech Republic is honored having you here. The possibility to lead and organize serious and comprehensive dialogue with you at a time of many important changes and challenges is a real pleasure for us.

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Opening Speech at the EU-US Summit

English Pages, 5. 4. 2009

Excellencies, dear friends, ladies and gentlemen,

Let me welcome you in Prague, in the capital of the Czech Republic, at the meeting of EU Heads of State and Government with President Barack Obama and his delegation.

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Notes for the NATO 2009 Summit

English Pages, 3. 4. 2009

Secretary General, Dear colleagues,

I would like first to thank both Chancellor Merkel and President Sarkozy for the innovative organization of this summit which takes place in the moment of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the North Atlantic Alliance. I am sure all of us gathered here share the view that in the past 60 years NATO has convincingly proved its importance and indispensability.

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Interview with the President of the Czech Republic Václav Klaus for The Sunday Times

English Pages, 22. 3. 2009

Could you please elaborate on the “democratic deficit” you identified in the institutions of the European Union during your speech in front of the European Parliament?

I see the “democratic deficit” in a growing distance between the citizens of the EU member states and the EU political elite, as well as in the shift of decision-making from the member states capitals to Brussels.

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