Croatia offers Czech vacation to expatriates
Czech Republic has announced plans to offer a holiday to expats to make up for the country’s financial crisis.
The Czech Republic’s Foreign Ministry announced the holiday will begin on Monday.
Czech President Milos Zeman said in a press conference that the holiday was part of the countrys economic recovery plan.
The first round of the trip is expected to take place from March 8 to 10.
The government said the trip would be “free of charge.”
The Czech embassy in the United States issued a statement on Monday saying that it was a matter of national security.
It said Czech officials are actively working with the U.S. and other governments to address the situation in the country.
Zeman told reporters at a press briefing that he was in talks with the Trump administration.
The trip was announced after Trump announced his intention to pull out of the Paris Climate Accord.
The decision to pull the United Kingdom out of its global climate change accord is a major blow to the U,S.
He also threatened to cut off all American aid to the European Union if he is unable to negotiate a trade deal with the bloc.
The U.K. has already cut off aid to some European countries that have agreed to participate in the Paris accord.
In September, Zeman promised to work with his counterparts in Europe to get the agreement through Parliament.
In a statement Monday, the Czech Embassy said that the government’s decision was made in order to “reinforce our support for our European partners, including the Czech Republic.”
The move comes on the heels of the U.-K.
decision to cut ties with the European Community.
Czech lawmakers approved a bill that would formally declare the country to be a “country of origin” in its constitution, which is currently undergoing a review by the country´s Constitutional Court.
The bill passed in the lower house of parliament and is currently under consideration by the lower chamber of the Czech Parliament.