On November 3rd-4th a delegation of five Czech senators, led by the Senate President Miloš Vystrčil, left for Lithuania to discuss energy self-sufficiency, Taiwan and Belarus, write brnodaily.com.
A Senate delegation led by Senate President Miloš Vystrčil (ODS) left last week for Lithuania to discuss some important issues for the Czech Republic’s foreign relations. The issues discussed during the visit included: energy self-sufficiency in the context of the European Green Deal, relations with Taiwan, and migration at the Belarusian border.
The two countries are keen to underline their good relations, as they currently share several foreign and security policy priorities. Vystrčil praised Lithuania’s solidarity in response to the Vrbetice case, while the Lithuanian side thanked the Czech Republic for assistance in resolving the situation with migrants on the border with Belarus.
In addition to the Senators, representatives of Czech business also joined the trip to discuss future cooperation between the two countries in the fields of business and science