For the month he would have to act as an extraordinary and competent ambassador of the Czech Republic in Israel.
October 1, 2018 at 5:13 PM TASR
Prague. The former Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs and Defense, Martin Stropnický, left the leadership of the ANO movement and ceased his parliamentary mandate.
For a month he would have to act as an extraordinary and authorized Czech ambassador in Israel.
Several Czech electronic media, as well as the Internet server News.cz, were informed about this, as confirmed by the exminister himself, as well as the head of the YES deputies Jaroslav Faltýnek.
Stropnický must be replaced by Petr Venhod on the substitute seats.
According to the words of Faltýn, Stropnický will be absent as a prominent person in the leadership of the movement, where he resigned as vice-chairman. "It is a shame he leaves, I suppose he is a member of the movement," he added.
A former master's degree from the Prague theater faculty of the Academy for Performing Arts (DAMU), which is not only known as an actor from various theater venues, but also as a film and television, or as the art director of the theater in Vinohrady, after social changes in the former Czechoslovakia began to dedicate diplomacy. He served as ambassador in Portugal, Italy and the Vatican. In the government of Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka he was Minister of Defense, in the first cabinet of Prime Minister Andrej Babiš under the direction of the Foreign Affairs Department.