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Zelensky congratulated the new President of the Czech Republic

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Retired General Petr Pavel won the Czech presidential election with 58.3% of the vote.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky congratulated the new President of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel, with a convincing victory in the elections and expressed his hope for continued cooperation.

“I appreciate your support for Ukraine and our fight against Russian aggression. I am glad to have close personal cooperation for the benefit of the people of Ukraine and the Czech Republic and in the interest of a united Europe,” he wrote Zelensky on Twitter.

Retired General Petr Pavel won the Czech presidential election with 58.3% of the vote.

Petr Pavel previously served as the head of the NATO Military Committee, and since 2018 Pavel has retired.

The new president of the Czech Republic is a supporter of maximum military aid to Ukraine.

It was previously reported that the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic congratulated Pavel when 90% of the votes were counted and it became clear who won the election.

Voting in the Czech Republic lasted two days – January 27 and 28.

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Source: korrespondent

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