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Babis said at a meeting with Kunder he would deserve the return of Czech citizenship

Kundera invited Babe to visit her apartment in Paris.

10 November 2018 at 20:40 TASR

Prague. The day before the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and his wife Monica in Paris met with the writer Brno, a native of the Milan Kunder Museum (89) and his wife. news agency confirmed on Saturday Prime Minister of the Czech Republic that he invited the writer in the Czech Republic and added that Kundera would again deserve the Czech citizenship that came after the 1979 emigration.

Kundera invited Babe to visit her apartment in the capital of France. "I'm most interested in a lamp labeled Je mous fous (we're not fuckin '), then we invited Kunderovac and Monica to their favorite restaurant, where we spent three hours together, it was a lifelong experience and a great honor," he said is prime minister,

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According to Babisama, Kundera's wife was the main word. "It's an incredibly energetic lady, and he called on Kundera to visit us in the Czech Republic, where I was 22, and I think they deserved the Czech citizenship to come after the emigration," Babiš added.

Kundera emigrated to France in 1975, the communist regime in the Czech-Slovakian writer four years later abolished citizenship. In 1981, Kunder became a French citizen. His works, like Shaw, the Unbearable Lightness of Being and the Love of Love, have made him known all over the world and translated into many languages. After emigrating, Kundera wrote his novels in French.

The writer visited his homeland several times and was very guilty of his privacy. Kundera sent Babis's petition to the Czech Ambassador to France, Petr Drulák.

"I have a lifetime experience." Milan Kundera, one of the world's most famous writers, whose 17 novels have been translated into 44 languages, has invited Monika to visit his Parisian apartment, "wrote Babiš at Twitters.

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