Czech President Miloš Zeman is set to open an exhibition presenting Prague Castle treasures in the history museum in Moscow’s Red Square on Thursday, the fourth day of his official visit to Russia. In the afternoon Mr Zeman will travel to Yekaterinburg to attend another Russian-Czech business forum.
On Wednesday, the Czech head of state awarded four Russian personalities at a reception he and his wife Ivana held at the Czech embassy in Moscow as a way to thank Russian war veterans who took part in the liberation of Czechoslovakia from the Nazi occupation. He also met with the last Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev.
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