Presidency informally handed over to Sweden

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    Eu2009.cz ranks among the best European websites changing the world of the Internet and politics

    14.8.2009The Brussels-based not-for-profit organisation European Center of Political Technologies has included the website of the Czech Presidency "cz2009.eu" among the 10 best European Internet projects in the "European eDemocracy Award" category.

    Last day of Czech presidency sees progress in Turkey’s EU bid

    30.6.2009The intergovernmental accession conference with Turkey ends successfully with the opening of Chapter 16 on Taxation, an important chapter and a significant step on Turkey’s path toward the EU. Today´s progress has proved that the EU’s enlargement policy is on track.

    Czech Presidency’s final thanks

    30.6.2009On 1 July 2009, the Czech Presidency of the EU Council will pass the relay baton to the Kingdom of Sweden, and so it is now time to say a word of thanks to the whole Presidency team.

    Results of the Czech Presidency of the EU Council in the area of the environment

    30.6.2009During the term of the Czech Presidency of the EU Council in the first half of 2009, the Ministry of the Environment has led the European debate especially in the area of climate protection. A key UN climate summit will be held in Copenhagen in December, with the aim to conclude a new treaty on climate protection to replace the Kyoto Protocol.

    Press Conference: Achievements of the Czech Presidency in the field of education, youth and sports

    30.6.2009On 30 June 2009, Czech Minister of Education, Youth and Sports Miroslava Kopicová will hold a press conference to present the achievements of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU within the remit of the Ministry.

    Czech Presidency as a series of results

    30.6.2009The Committee for the EU of the Czech Government today adopted a summary of the “Results of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU”, outlining the achievements of the Czech Presidency.

    Sweden takes over the EU Council Presidency from the Czech Republic on 1 July 2009

    30.6.2009The main priorities of the Swedish Presidency include the fight against the consequences of the economic crisis and against climate change. Sweden and the preceding French and Czech Presidencies form the Trio Presidency.

    Press Conference: Achievements of the Czech Presidency in the field of education, youth and sports

    29.6.2009On 30 June 2009, Czech Minister of Education, Youth and Sports Miroslava Kopicová will hold a press conference to present the achievements of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU within the remit of the Ministry.

    Terezin Declaration

    29.6.2009Upon the invitation of the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic we the representatives of 46 states listed below met this day, June 30, 2009 in Terezin, where thousands of European Jews and other victims of Nazi persecution died or were sent to death camps during World War II. We participated in the Prague Holocaust Era Assets Conference organized by the Czech Republic and its partners in Prague and Terezin from 26-30 June 2009, discussed together with experts and non-governmental organization (NGO) representatives important issues such as Welfare of Holocaust (Shoah) Survivors and other Victims of Nazi Persecution, Immovable Property, Jewish Cemeteries and Burial Sites, Nazi-Confiscated and Looted Art, Judaica and Jewish Cultural Property, Archival Materials, and Education, Remembrance, Research and Memorial Sites. We join affirming in this

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