Prague, July 6 (CTK) – President Milos Zeman will lead the Czech delegation to the talks of heads of state and governments of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) in Ulanbaatar on July 14-16.
The sending of the delegation will be discussed by the government of Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka (Social Democrats, CSSD) on Thursday.
During the summit, there will be plenary sessions and informal debates behind the closed doors on the current regional and global topics.
Terrorism and climate change are expected to be on the agenda of the talks, too. There will be also bilateral meetings of individual countries.
The ASEM associates 51 European and Asian countries. The Czech Republic joined it in 2004.
Its summit is held once in two years alternately in Asia and Europe. Previously, it took place in Milan in 2014.