Czech president very happy with Trump win, says shares his views

By REUTERS
November 9, 2016 15:47

 
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PRAGUE - Czech President Milos Zeman declared on Wednesday he was "very happy" with Donald Trump's election victory, saying he cut through political correctness and addressed key issues like migration.

Zeman, who is head of the NATO and European Union member state but does not steer day-to-day policies, endorsed Trump in September.

"I would like to cordially congratulate Donald Trump. I had, as one of few European politicians, declared public support for this candidate... because I agree with his opinions on migration as well as the fight against Islamic terrorism," Zeman told reporters in a rare press briefing at the Prague Castle.

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