The Czech Republic could seek to join the grouping of Portuguese speaking countries, the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries, the agency ČTK reported Friday. The move, which would give Prague links to countries where it does not have a diplomatic presence, will be discussed at Wednesday’s Cabinet meeting. At the moment the Czech Republic has embassies in Portugal and Brazil. Portuguese, however, it the third most important language in sub-Saharan Africa.
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