New Prime Minister of Czech Republic became critic of Russia

Czech President Milos Zeman appointed the leader of the opposition coalition “Together” Peter Phials with the new prime minister after the victory in the elections in October.

“I designate you by the head of government and I wish you success in this post for the benefit of all citizens of the Czech Republic,” RIA Novosti Novosti.

Phial actively supported the actions of the heads of the Czech government, which in April of this year stated allegedly the participation of Russian special services in the explosions in Vrbetice. He also took an active part in the adoption of the law on the prohibition of the firms of Russia and the PRC to participate in the construction of a new power unit at the nuclear power plant in the south-east of the republic.