In a few days, the Czech Republic will take over the EU Council presidency from France. In the second half of the year, the Russian attack against Ukraine and its effects will continue to dominate the agendas. Indirectly, this will continue to have an impact on the China policy of the EU states – because, under the presidency of Prague, which is sympathetic to Kyiv, the EU will keep a close eye on the relationship between Beijing and Moscow. Bilateral relations are less clear. This is because Prague has different ideas about how to deal with Beijing.
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