President Biden will welcome Prime Minister Petr Fiala of Czechia to the White House on April 15 to further strengthen the U.S.-Czech relationship. The leaders will reaffirm their resolute support for Ukraine as it defends against Russia’s war of aggression. Czechia is a stalwart NATO Ally celebrating a quarter century in the Alliance this year, and the leaders will underscore their ironclad commitment to NATO, which makes us all safer. President Biden and Prime Minister Fiala will coordinate on a range of shared priorities during the visit, including security issues, economic opportunities that benefit the American and Czech people, and shared democratic values.


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