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Czech Police Chief Jan Schwejdar has confirmed that he will resign in March

In his words, he understood that the new government wanted to change this situation.

Czech police chief Jan Avjdar will resign at the end of March. After a joint meeting, the Minister of the Interior of the Czech Republic, Vet Rakošan, announced this on Monday. Avjdar announced his intention in December. In his words, he understood that the new government wanted to change this situation.

“The Chief of Police confirmed his decision to request his dismissal as of March 31,” the Austrian announced at a press conference, informing the Novinky.cz server. The Austrian will visit the Police Presidency next week, where Avgdar will introduce him personally to “the most urgent problems”.

“From the Austrian minister’s statement at the first meeting on December 7, I understood that the current government also wants a change in the position of chief of police. Therefore, I myself decided to terminate my service,” Svejdar said. He indirectly confirmed previous information that the Austrian had asked him to resign.

The minister refused to put pressure on Safjdar

The Austrian confirmed that the selection of Avjdar’s successor will be in accordance with the law. Therefore, at the first stage, employees of the eleventh grade will be addressed, both police forces and intelligence personnel. If the new chairperson of the Presidency does not exit the selection, the selection procedure will be announced.

Avjdar announced his intention to leave on Twitter in mid-December after meeting with the Austrian before taking over as head of the Interior Ministry. The minister had earlier refused to pressure Evjdar to leave.

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The Austrian first stated that he respected the decision of the chief of police. Later, he said on a Czech television program that he considered the unofficial meeting with Svidar, which took place before his appointment as Minister of the Interior, as unfortunate. According to him, it was just a media meeting.

“I regret from the start that the meeting, which was purely operational, was framed in such a way as to put pressure on me. I mentioned things I do not like about the police, which I considered completely legitimate as a candidate for the Minister of the Interior,” said the Austrian.