published: 08.10.2013, 16:14 | updated: 08.10.2013 18:24:34
Jerusalem - Czech President Milos Zeman repeated his opinion that embassies should move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem after Israeli-Palestinian reconciliation, during a joint luncheon with Tzipi Livni, Israeli justice minister and main negotiator with the Palestinians, today.
According to CTK´s information, Zeman again spoke about the need of international anti-terrorism struggle like on the first day of his Israeli visit on Monday.
This afternoon, Zeman visited the Mount Olivet and the Getsemane Garden. Later he went to the Wailing Wall and signed himself in the visitors´ book.
Zeman had breakfast with Czech businesspeople who are strongly represented in his delegation.
Afterwards he gave an interview to an Israeli daily and local television station.
According to CTK´s information it was daily The Marker and the Arutz 2 channel.
In the interviews, Zeman repeated his opinions of the Middle East issue that he formulated earlier during his visit to Israel, his spokeswoman Hana Burianova said.
Tonight Zeman will dine with Czech and Israeli businesspeople. During the evening successful Czech firms operating in Israel will be awarded.
During his Israeli visit Zeman is also trying to tell local businesspeople to invest more in the Czech Republic and he said more Czech firms should take part in tenders in Israel.
Zeman arrived in Israel in the evening on Sunday. He started his official programme on Monday when he met President Shimon Peres and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Zeman is accompanied by his wife Ivana and daughter Katerina. According to the programme CTK has at its disposal, they visited kibbutz Givat Haim Ihud, Beit Theresienstadt Museum and met Holocaust survivors. This afternoon they visited an Austrian hospice in Jerusalem.
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