They reported to the news portals Novinky.cz and iDnes.cz.“It wasn’t a good year,” Zeman, who also likened the European Green Agreement to green debt, evaluated it.
“We need to break free from the green divide of Europe, which is the main reason for high energy prices.” Zeman said the Green Deal has banned gas heating since 2030 and internal combustion engine cars since 2035.
angry by many politicians
However, several Czech politicians and government officials responded to this claim, including Czech Deputy Prime Minister Ivan Bartosz and Speaker of the Czech House of Representatives, Marketa Bikarova Adamova, who called it incorrect.
According to Bartosz, the apparent value of Zeeman’s letter has been undermined precisely by “the spread of misinformation about the 2030 gas embargo”.
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In addition, Zeman supported mandatory vaccination against the coronavirus in his Christmas message, which he believes as well “The easiest way to quell a pandemic.” He sees inspiration in this regard in Austria, which this year introduced compulsory vaccination for all of its residents.
He also accused the Czech president in the NATO message of contributing to the deterioration of global security by leaving Afghanistan.
In the Christmas message, Zeman also responded to this year’s Czech parliamentary elections, appreciating its course and the government of former Prime Minister Andrej Babis. At the same time, he called for giving the new Czech government of current Prime Minister Petr Fiala a “defense” of 100 days, during which the government is traditionally defended against opposition criticism.
Back to history
Milos Zeman decided to return to the Christmas message in the style of the first Czechoslovakian president Tomas Garigo Masaryk. And so he abandoned his New Year’s address, which was last given in 2013 by his predecessor Vaclav Klaus. Communist President Clement Gottwald chose the presidential term for the new year, iDnes.cz recalls
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