Czech PM to visit Munich Agreement site


Czech prime minister Bohuslav Sobotka will become the first Czech leader ever to visit the site where the Munich Agreement dividing up Czechoslovakia was signed on September 30, 1938, the ČTK agency reported Saturday citing the web server hlidaci pes. It will be the first time a Czech leaer has visited the site. Sobotka will visit the building, now an arts academy, together with Bavarian president Horst Seehofer during a trip to Munich on March 10 and 11. A plaque recalling the events when leaders of Germany, Britain, France, and Italy signed the agreement allowed Nazi Germany to take the Sudetenland, was erected on the building in February. The talks in Munich will focus on better rail transport links and research cooperation.