Official visit by Martin SCHULZ, EP President to the Czech Republic
- meeting with Miloš ZEMAN, President of the Czech Republic
- meeting with Jan HAMACEK, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies
- extracts from the press briefing
Lieu: Prague, Czech Republic
End production: 11/04/2014 First transmission: 11/04/2014
Martin SCHULZ, EP President, is on official visit to the Czech Republic, he met with President of the Republic Miloš ZEMAN ( on Thursday 9 of April) and with Jan HAMACEK, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies (on April 10th). At the Chamber of Deputies they held a press conference.
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||Exterior shots in Prague, views of the river and the Castle. (4 SHOTS)
||Martin SCHULZ, EP President arrival and greetings with Miloš ZEMAN, President of the Czech Republic. Dhake hands and official picture (recorded on 10/04) (4 SHOTS)
||Exterior views of the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic (3 shots).
||Exterior shots in Prague centre district, tram, people getting off the train, children walking. (6 SHOTS)
||Jan HAMACEK, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies welcomes EP President, shake hands.
||Round table meeting (6 shots).
||Arrival to the press point.
||EP President signs the Guests Book. (3 SHOTS)
||SOUNDBITE (Czech) Jan HAMACEK, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, on the cooperation between the national Parliaments and the European Parliament
||SOUNDBITE (German) EP President Martin SCHULZ, "May be we should in the next election period of European Parliament and Commission think it over what we do in Brussels and Strasbourg what can be done better regional and local levels. If we have the courage to say, we don't need to do all here, we can regain confidence by the citizens on the EU institutions."
||SOUNDBITE (German) EP President Martin SCHULZ: (Ukraine) "I need to add that we should do both things, that we say in a concrete and precise manner that under certain circumstances there will be hard sanctions but also to strengthen diplomatic activities to try to find on diplomatic level solutions."
||End of press point, exit shot.