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Ministers of the Interior of the Czech Republic and Germany discussed further cooperation in fighting cross-border crime

Today, 14th February 2013, the Minister of the Interior of the Czech Republic Jan Kubice met the Minister of the Interior of the Federal Republic of Germany Hans-Peter Friedrich as well as the Bavaria... 

Children from a city affected by Fukushima accident have arrived to the Czech Republic

A total of 34 children aged 12 to 14 years from the Japanese city of Namie, which was exposed to radiation in relation to the accident at Fukushima nuclear power plant last year, has landed at the Air... 

Travelling on holiday under different conditions since 27 June 2012

On Wednesday 27 June 2012 ended the possibility of travelling abroad for children enrolled in passports of their parents. Please beware even while travelling to Croatia. 

European Commission commends the development of Czech eGovernment

Status of the Czech eGovernment few days before starting the key project of Basic Registers is essential for the European Commission and especially for its Vice-President Neelie Kroes, responsible amo... 

"Child in danger" project has already helped to find 69 missing children

A total of 69 children have already been traced by the police in cooperation with the public through media partners in the project of the Ministry of the Interior - National Coordination Mechanism to ... 

Poland will introduce a border checking for the football championship

Poland will introduce temporary checks at its land and air borders, in connection with the European Football Championship. 

Austria temporarily reintroduced border checks at the Austrian-Czech border

From 4 till 9 June 2011, Austria reintroduced border checks at its borders, including borders with the Czech Republic. The reason was the meeting of the World Economic Forum on Europe and Central Asia... 

Inclusion of Biometric Data into Foreign National Residence Cards

The Ministry of the Interior informs that from 1st May 2011 inclusion of biometric data in residence cards for foreign nationals of third countries should have been introduced.  

Pavel  Novák  - 5.5.2011

Government approval of new anti-corruption strategy

New anti-corruption measures proposed by the Ministry of the Interior have been recently approved by the coalition government. Governmental Strategy of fight against corruption for period 2011 – 2012 ... 

Ministry of Interior founded anti-corruption help line for foreigners

The help line has been launched on 6th December and is available on the telephone number 974 847 704. The price is the same as for fixed line. Help line is in service for notification of all forms of ... 


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