The Czech prime minister has called on regional and local administrations to do more for effective water management and not wait for instructions from the government.
Speaking at a conference on water management in Prague, Prime Minister Andrej Babiš said that the government approved measures against drought were complex and long-term, but that local administrations and individuals must take co-responsibility in fighting water-shortage, which had become an increasingly pressing problem in recent years.
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