The Czech president, Miloš Zeman, says the rapid calming of the situation in Ukraine is of key importance. In a statement issued via his spokesperson on Sunday, Mr. Zeman said he awaited the formation of a new government and regarded the preservation of the country’s territorial territory as paramount. The Czech head of state’s invitation to Mr. Yanukovych to visit Prague in April now applies to the country’s highest representative, not directly to Mr. Yanukovych himself, the spokesperson said.
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