Klaus told the medium that Zeman felt “lonely” to him and was more concerned about his health than politics. “I only visited Milos Zeman with one intention, I wanted to encourage him. It’s an expression of my loyalty to someone I’ve known for half a century and who seems completely alone to me today. Something more No, nothing less.” Klaus, 80, said after meeting Zeman, who was three years younger.
The president of the Czech Senate, Milos Vistril, announced on Monday, based on a report from the hospital, that Zeman was not able to do his job, recalls the Novinki.cz portal. Klaus said on Friday that in such an environment he did not expect the president to be able to hold normal conversations with him “up to fifty minutes”.
Source: TASR – Martin Baumann
“We haven’t dealt with politics much,” said Klaus, who twice a month ago was alone in the Central Committee due to pressure problems. “Of course, the illness weakened him (Zaman), it could not have been otherwise. Undoubtedly, it also shifted his priorities and the subjects he deals with. He was more concerned about his health than his political opponents. more talked about… but who are his political opponents, you are very aware of,” Added former president.
Klaus also observed that Zeman did not know everything that was happening around him. “It is clear that it is not possible to see all the connections from the bed in the intensive care unit. Not to mention their depth. The odd games played by the Senate impatient outside the walls of the hospital may be even less. But that this justice is done. There is loss,” Klaus added for Blesk.
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