Czech government reacted to President's proposal on referendum on NATO and EU membership
Czech government does not intend to take steps against country's membership in NATO and EU
The Czech government said it does not consider any steps that would cast doubt on the country's membership in the EU and NATO. So the government has responded to the recent statements of President Miloš Zeman, who spoke in favor of a referendum on the country's membership in the European Union and NATO. This was reported by radio "Liberty".
"The Government of the Czech Republic does not consider the possibility to take any steps that would cast doubt on the country's membership in the EU and NATO. There is no question of referendum," said the report.
Earlier, Zeman declared that he advocates the adoption of the Czech law on the national referendum. This statement was criticized by the major political forces of the Czech Republic.
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