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AMO and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic would hereby like to invite you to the International Conference held at the Czernin Palace to commemorate the 5th anniversary of the founding Prague Eastern Partnership Summit. The event will take place in Prague, April 25. Please follow the registraion details here.More >>
AMO in cooperation with the Institute of Political Studies of Charles University in Prague and Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Prague cordially invites you to a panel discussion dedicated to the role of Cross-Strait relations in recent decade. The event takes place on Wednesday 23 April at 5PM in the Goethe Institute and will be held in English. Please register by April 20 to firstname.lastname@example.org (Charles University).More >>
AMO as a member organization of DEMAS - Association for Democracy Assistance and Human Rights has signed an open letter to Czech officials regarding the upcoming visit of Azerbaijani President Aliyev to Prague, urging them to prioritize human rights in their meetings.
The public presentation of our annual Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2014 took place on March 31 in Prague. Our book was commented by Hynek Kmoníček (Office of the President of the Republic), Jaroslav Kurfürst (MoFA), Daniel Koštoval (MoD), Milan Hovorka (MoIT) and Ondřej Benešík (Chairman of the Committee on European Affairs of the Chamber of Deputies).
AMO has published its annual Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2014 that is focused on the assessment of foreign policy of the Czech Republic in 2013 and gives particular policy recommendations for 2014. Czech diplomacy in 2013 was marked with C, in the same way as in 2012. Authors have criticized mainly incoherent acts of President Zeman , lack of interes of political parties in foreign policy and persisting absence of strategic vision that will define future priorities of the Czech Republic.
The 19th year of the Prague Student Summit was concluded with the four-day conference in Prague. It was attended by 350 high school and university students from the whole Czech Republic. The conference was opened with messages of honourable guests such as the Canadian Ambassador in the Czech Republic Otto Jelinek. The Mayor of the City of Prague Tomáš Hudeček took patronage of this year´s conference.
New Agenda for 2014 will be published on Monday, March 31. In the meantime, we announce the Audit of Recommendations given in the Agenda in 2013. We recommended to involve the newly-elected President in the implementation of a uniform foreign policy - unsuccessfully. Out of 10 recommendations, one has materialized, five partly and four not at all.
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