On its meeting the Czech government accepted its National Reform Programme. It’s the strategic document consisting important measures that should help in boosting economic growth and competitiveness of Czech economy. These measures are derived from the coalition agreement and consists of priorities in using of European structural funds, transparency of public finance, efficiency of institutions, attractive business environment, crucial industrial infrastructure, working workforce market, educational system, social inclusion and growth based on research and innovations. During the meeting the proposed Civil Servants Act was also discussed and agreed that future costs of the act for 2015 will be calculated by the end of this June and the government shall be informed accordingly. Eventually government was made aware of Czech Republic Readiness and Response Report elaborated on the request of International Atomic Energy Agency and of Result report of State Office for Nuclear Safety that marked nuclear power plants Temelín and Dukovany as safe.
5th March 2019