Petr Fejk, the director of Prague’s Troja Zoo is reported to be considering a career in diplomacy. The internet server iDnes wrote on Saturday that the Czech Foreign Ministry had confirmed the news. Its spokesman Milan Řepka said certain negotiations had taken place and that Mr. Fejk had offered his services to the Foreign Ministry. Mr. Fejk himself is abroad attending a symposium and could not be reached for comment. He has run the Troja Zoo for the past eleven years.
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