Czech Republic to start selling Czechoslovakian language to EU

Czech Republic will start selling the Czechoslovaksian language next year, President Milos Zeman announced on Wednesday.

“In order to offer the Czechsians a friendly language in our society and culture, I decided to start to sell Czechoslovakiaan language,” Zeman said during a visit to the city of Zagreb.

Zeman also said he wanted to offer Czechs an option to study at the university of Zalgiris in the Czech Republic.

“I want to promote the Czech language to our citizens, to the entire world, and I want it to be the language of our national identity,” he said.

Czech Republic has been a member of the European Union since 1993, but it has not yet formally joined the bloc, despite being part of the EU since the beginning of the year.

It joined in March 2020 and joined the European Economic Area (EEA) in 2020.

The Czech Republic is currently a member only of the 28-member bloc.

Zemošov has promised to strengthen ties with the Czech government and its institutions to help build a stronger Czech identity.

“The Czechs have the potential to make the European countries a great partner and to make it the strongest and most stable union in the world,” he added.

Zepažskaia is also a part of an agreement between the Czech and Slovak governments to build the Czech-Slovak border fence.

The fence will be funded by the EU, but the construction will take place at the same time in the two countries.

The two countries have been locked in an ongoing feud since the border was built, with the Slovak authorities accusing the Czech authorities of not taking adequate measures to secure the fence and the Czech side of the fence also accusing the Slovaks of not securing the fence properly.