Miroslav Zavoral, the chief physician of the hospital where Czech President Milos Zeman was removed, told the press that the President was kept under observation at the Military University Hospital in Prague, under the control of specialists, upon the advice of his doctors.
Zavoral stated that he could not share detailed information about the latest situation because President Zeman did not want it.
On the other hand, according to the information obtained by the country’s press from the Presidency, Zeman has diabetes and ailments in the nerves in his leg.
After the parliamentary elections held on Friday and Saturday, Zeman, who played a decisive role in the formation of the new government, caused concerns.
President Zeman was hospitalized last month and was treated for 6 days.
. (HAS) is published on the Anadolu Agency website, in summary. ..