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Second-generation ambassador

Czechoslovakia was one of 33 nations that voted in favor of the United Nations resolution for the partition of Palestine in November 1947.

Shamir sits in contemplation in his office in 1983
Photo by: Sven Nackstrand
FEW AMBASSADORS to Israel are the second generation of their families to serve in that capacity, but Czech Republic Ambassador Tomas Pojar is: His father, Milos, was Czechoslovakia’s first ambassador to Israel from 1990 to 1994 following the renewal of diplomatic relations.

Czechoslovakia was one of 33 nations that voted in favor of the United Nations resolution for the partition of Palestine in November 1947.



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