The Czech President Václav Klaus said Friday he would not pose any further obstacles to ratifying the Lisbon Treaty, after EU leaders agreed to give his country an opt-out. “I do not plan to impose any extra conditions for the ratification of the Libson Treaty,” Klaus said in a statement published by his office. He said that the opt-out won at an EU summit in Brussels on Thursday was the “maximum possible” for Prague. He thanked “all those who had contributed to finding a solution to my condition”, singling out the Czech government and his fellow 26 EU leaders.