Klaus told the mediator that Zeeman seemed to him “alone” and was more concerned with his health than with politics. “I visited Milos Zeman with only one intention, I wanted to cheer him up. It’s an expression of my loyalty to someone I’ve known for half a century and who seems completely lonely to me today. Nothing more, nothing less.” 80-year-old Klaus said after meeting Zeeman who was three years younger than him.
The President of the Czech Senate, Milos Vestrel, announced on Monday, based on the hospital report, that Zeman is unable to perform his job, recalls the Novinky.cz portal. On Friday, Klaus said that in such an atmosphere he did not expect the president to be able to have a normal conversation with him for “fifty minutes”.
Source: TASR – Martin Baumann
“We didn’t deal much with politics,” Klaus who was alone on the Central Committee a month ago stated twice due to pressure issues. “Of course the disease weakened him (Zeman), it could not be otherwise. Without a doubt, it has also changed his priorities and the topics he deals with. He has talked about his health more than he talked about his political opponents … But who are they? His political opponents, you are aware Complete , “ The former president added.
Klaus also noted that Zeemann could not tell everything that was going on around him. “Obviously not all connections can be seen from the bed in the ICU. Not to mention its depth. The bizarre games the Senate is eagerly playing outside hospital walls could be less so. It’s a loss of justice,” Klaus added to Plessek.
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