The controversial visit of @Vystrcil_Milos to #Taiwan has exposed #Czech divisions over which way the country should look: to Russia and China or to the West.
Thirty years after November 17, 1989, the Czech Republic sees perhaps the largest commemoration of the Velvet Revolution this Sunday. One of the commemorative events was video mapping at Narodni street in Prague.
The Social Democrats want the current culture minister to be dismissed but the president is refusing to approve the dismissal, creating a standoff that could topple the government.
The Million Moments for Democracy group is calling for Andrej Babis to quit over allegations that he fraudulently uses his power as Prime Minister to boost his own business interests.
Euronews looks back at the biggest stories around Europe this morning.
“According to usual diplomatic practice, States have their embassies in the capitals of the receiving States," the foreign ministry said.
Voters are choosing between the Russia-friendly populist incumbent and a pro-European academic challenger
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the day’s top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
In this episode: the Czech Republic
The billionaire who ran away with victory in the Czech parliamentary election says there will be no minority government
Incident comes just a few days after the death of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia