In Brief: President Zeman Could Resume Duties Next Week, Says Spokesman
President Zeman’s health condition is reported not to be life-threatening, and he could return to his duties as early as next week. Photo credit: Hrad.
Czech Rep., Sep. 16, (BD) – On Tuesday, Czech President Miloš Zeman was admitted to the Central Military University Hospital in Prague. According to Zeman’s spokesman Jiří Ovčáček, his health is good. “The examinations have not revealed any diseases or any other problems that would endanger the life of the President of the Republic,” he said.
Doctors say the President is suffering from exhaustion and dehydration, as well as neuropathy which has been known for some time.
The analysis did not reveal any diseases or other health problems and Zeman is expected to resume his activities as Head of State from next week.