Prague takes EU Council presidency with questions left by Paris


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Primeiro-ministro tcheco, Petr Fiala, fala com os meios de comunicação durante a apresentação das prioridades políticas da presidência Tcheca na UE, no Palácio Hrzan, em Praga, República Tcheca, em 15 de junho de 2022
Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala speaks to the media during the presentation of the political priorities of the Czech EU presidency at the Hrzan Palace, Prague, Czech Republic, at 12 of June 1280| Photo: EFE/EPA/MARTIN DIVISEK

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