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Notes for the speech of the President of the Czech Republic at the UN Climate Change Conference

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.

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President’s Address at the Ceremonial Gathering Marking the 70th Anniversary of the Death of President Masaryk

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.

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Global Warming Hysteria or Freedom and Prosperity?

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.

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The end of good old times?

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.

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Czech Republic: President Says Freedom is Endangered, Not Climate

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.

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Notes for the Independence Day Speech 2007

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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Questions and Answers: Freedom, not climate, is at risk

English Pages, 21. 6. 2007

Václav Klaus answers a selection of questions he received from the Financial Times readers in reaction to his article published in FT on 14 June 2007.

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Freedom, not climate, is at risk

English Pages, 14. 6. 2007

We are living in strange times. One exceptionally warm winter is enough – irrespective of the fact that in the course of the 20th century the global temperature increased only by 0.6 per cent – for the environmentalists and their followers to suggest radical measures to do something about the weather, and to do it right now.

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Before the visit of President Bush to Prague

English Pages, 5. 6. 2007

As is well known, President of the United States George Bush will pay a short working visit to the Czech Republic today and tomorrow. He was here once already – during the Prague NATO Summit in 2002. Although our contacts with the USA have been very intensive in the last years and our relations are surely very good, this visit undoubtedly is an extraordinary event.

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Address of the President of the Czech Republic at the Terezín Commemoration Ceremony

English Pages, 20. 5. 2007

Dear attendants,

We came together, 62 years after the ending of the most dreadful war in the history of mankind and the liberation of the Terezín ghetto, to commemorate – as we do each year – the unfathomable human suffering that occurred here, and that – despite the passage of time - has not faded and remained a symbol of this place.

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