The Czech Republic plans to invite U.S. President-elect Barack Obama to a summit meeting with the 27 EU states in Prague on April 2, the country’s ambassador to the EU Milena Vicenová, said on Thursday. The Czech Republic which takes up the rotating EU presidency on January 1st has said transatlantic relations and improving economic cooperation with the United States would be a priority for the six-month Czech EU presidency. Mr. Obama, who will take office in January, is due to attend a NATO summit in Strasbourg on April 3-5.
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