Czech president to meet U.S. central bank head in Washington

by Julie Walsh on May 22, 2008

in Blog

Prague- Czech President Vaclav Klaus will visit the United States next week and meet Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve, and Edwin Feulner, head of the conservative think tank Heritage Foundation, in Washington. During his four-day visit, Klaus will promote his book Blue, Not Green Planet, campaigning against what he calls "climate alarmism." Klaus, who is sceptical of the global warming theory, has been engaged in the global discussion on the climate for a long time.

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