- Hans Weber
- July 1, 2022
Top Czech News Headlines: Tuesday, June 7, 2022
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The board of the Czech National Bank is likely to raise the base interest rate by 0.75 percentage points or more at its meeting later this month, the outgoing governor of the central bank Jiří Rusnok said in an interview for Aktuálně.cz.
Russian President Vladimir Putin should be prosecuted by an international tribunal for the atrocities committed in Ukraine, Czech President Miloš Zeman said in an interview for Radio Free Europe.
The average wage in the Czech Republic fell by an average of 3.7 % in real terms in the first quarter of this year due to inflation, the Czech News Agency reported citing data from economic analysts.
The Czech Post has started testing extended working hours for parcel deliverers in Prague. They will deliver parcels 12 hours a day instead of the current eight. The delivery will thus last until approximately 20:00.
The Sudeten German Association has launched a new app Sudeten.net designed to help Sudeten Germans search for their ancestors, but also to re-establish old contacts and find people who still speak some of the old Sudeten German dialects.