Information campaigns should be held in states from which the most migrants leave for Europe in order to prevent their number growing further, says the Czech minister of foreign affairs. Lubomír Zaorálek made the comment at a gathering in Prague on Tuesday of Czech ambassadors from 22 countries affected by the migration crisis. Mr. Zaorálek said his officials had been informed by diplomats that reports were spreading in migrants’ countries of origin that Europe could absorb up to three million refugees.
Language exams for foreigners seeking permanent residency permit to become tougher
Czech teenager builds second-largest ever Millennium Falcon LEGO model
Gunman kills six patients in Ostrava hospital, two more fighting for their lives
HN: Developers aiming to sell co-living concept in Prague
Veronika Čáslavová: sex trafficking still a taboo topic in Czechia