The National Gallery in Prague has selected a new security agency and is likely to sign a new contract soon on the guarding of its buildings and collections, the gallery’s director Jiří Fajt told the Czech News Agency, adding that the gallery premises would re-open on Tuesday. The new contract will be signed for one year only and the National Gallery in the interim will prepare new a tender for security services. The National Gallery had to unexpectedly close its premises during the weekend due to its dispute with the ABAS IPS Management security agency that had withdrawn from a contract. The agency, in charge of security at the National Gallery since October 2016, claims that it is owed money by the institution.
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