Czech Republic/Ambassador/Israel

From Wikispooks
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Employment.png Czech Republic/Ambassador/Israel 

Czech Ambassador to Israel

After the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993, diplomatic relations were established between Israel and the two successor states, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Relations between Israel and the Czech Republic, and its predecessor state Czechoslovakia, have varied widely over time. Initially warm, Czechoslovakia-Israel relations deteriorated, and the two countries did not have diplomatic relations during most of the Communist era in Czechoslovakia. However, after the Velvet Revolution and dissolution of Czechoslovakia the countries re-established contact, and the Czech Republic is now one of Israel's closest allies, frequently demonstrating strong support for Israel at the United Nations and within the European Union.

On 11 March 2021, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš opened the Czech diplomatic office in Jerusalem, the second European Union country to do so, after Hungary.[1]

Tomáš Pojar, Ambassador 2010-2014, was also selected a Young Global Leader 2010 by the World Economic Forum. He is also tied to the neoconservative circuit.


An Office Holder on Wikispooks

Michael Zantovsky20042009