Words from the President of the Czech Republic on the extortion of journalists have caused many people from their chairs. The last Chief of Staff of the Czech Army and the President of NATO's Military Committee, General Petr Pavel, spoke recently to Milos Zeman. At the award, Hanno R. Ellenbogen awarded an extraordinary service to the public that the president's statement was not unfortunate but "extremely wrong" and he was ashamed of his words. Press Officer, Jiří Ovčáček, Released in Response to Pavel for Membership in the Communist Party
General Paul presented a speech written in English at the award of Hanno R. Ellenbogen. These prizes are awarded for exceptional service to the public and one of the year's awards was taken by the parents of the murdered Slovak journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancé Martina Kušnírová. It was precisely because of his murder, which occurred half a year ago, that Paul was here to say that he was ashamed of the president's words about the journalists' massacres.
"I think President Zeman had no unfortunate action, but extremely inappropriate. General General Pavel later told WatchdogPes.org. He added to his Twitter account:" It's inappropriate, unacceptable as a courageous and unjust chiefs ".
Zeman spokesman Jiri Ovaccek spoke to the Czech general." Interesting. The Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, the President of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Secretary-General of the Communist Party of the Czechoslovak Communist Party, Dr. Gustav Husák, his former subordinate, did not express himself so fast, "he wrote a spokesman on his twitter account. In another of her tweets, Ovčáček pointed out that Pavel" would remember the golden years of CSLA. "He threw on Paul's past in the communist party. This was previously confirmed by the general himself, according to which it was the only way to stay at the parachutes that worked in the 1
When Petr Pavel was ashamed of the democratically elected president, he could remember in one of the seminars of European values for the golden years of ČSLA, as Comrade Husák. Perhaps then he appreciated the advertisement for the soldiers and how he picked him up as a party member. pic.twitter.com/vt13RxQ2oW
– Jiří Ovčáček (@PREZIDENTmluvci )
31 August 2018
Petr Pavel responded to his speech about Zeman's speech this week. At Prague's castle in front of the ambassador, he again leaned to Czech reporters. "The journalists' intelligence is sometimes on par with a stupid man, a creature living in Madagascar, but is rightly eliminated. Czech reporters have not yet been eliminated," said the Czech president.
Zeman expresses the same way in the same way. In July, when he appointed new judges, he said: "Journalists are like a wasp, try to pay for them." In October last year in Strasbourg, he told his guardian to drive a cameraman who shot him while walking, "otherwise he would kill him. "During the past year, during a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, he commented that" journalists should be liquidated. "