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English Pages, 7. 11. 2007
Thank you for the invitation and the opportunity to address this distinguished audience. I would like to start by stressing how glad I am to be for the first time in the well-known Chatham House which has been the place of so many important talks and discussions in the whole 87 years of its existence.
English Pages, 28. 10. 2007
Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,
It is a great pleasure having you here to celebrate – together with us – the National Day of the Czech Republic, the day our independent and sovereign state was established 89 years ago.
English Pages, 28. 9. 2007
Thank you very much for the invitation to this important gathering. Thank you for giving me a chance to address this very distinguished audience.
I have to start on a personal note. This is not my first visit of Salt Lake City. I spent here two hours in one beautiful spring morning in May, 1969.
English Pages, 26. 9. 2007
Allow me to congratulate you on your election as President of the 62nd Session of the General Assembly. I also welcome the highly respected Secretary General at his first opening session of this Assembly.
English Pages, 24. 9. 2007
Distinguished colleagues, ladies and gentlemen,
Responsible politicians know that they have to act when it is necessary. They know that their duty is to initiate public policy responses to issues that could pose a threat to the people of their countries.
English Pages, 13. 9. 2007
Distinguished and esteemed guests, Ladies and Gentlemen,
We have come together here to remember that tomorrow 70 years will have elapsed since the death of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, a man whose name is indivisibly linked with modern Czech statehood. A man who belongs among the greatest personalities of our history. A man whose legacy is a permanent inspiration for our democracy.
English Pages, 7. 9. 2007
One can tell – with a high degree of confidence – what topics are expected to be raised here, this morning when it comes to discussing the key challenges of today’s world. The selection of the moderator and my fellow-panelists only confirms it.
English Pages, 13. 8. 2007
During the last two weeks, movie experts have written almost everything about the two, perhaps the most famous personalities of the world's cinematography - Ingmar Bergman of Sweden and Michelangelo Antonioni of Italy.
English Pages, 7. 8. 2007
PRAGUE, August 3, 2007 (RFE/RL) -- Czech President Vaclav Klaus is well-known for his critical, often contrariant views. An economist by profession who has played a key role in Czech politics since the fall of communism, Klaus has now become a standard-bearer for those who say global warming is not a major threat.
English Pages, 28. 6. 2007
Mr Ambassador, Ladies and Gentlemen, dear American friends,
I am pleased to be here – for the fifth time as President of the Czech Republic – with all of you and to join you in celebrating this very unique day – the Independence Day of the United States of America.
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