French President Francois Hollande cancelled a visit to the Czech Republic for a second time after the Islamic State group attack on a church in France.

Hollande was scheduled to meet Czech President Miloš Zeman and Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka to discuss the security situation in Europe following a wave of attacks in France and Germany and the future of the European Union after Britain decided to leave the bloc in a referendum.

The government and the presidential office announced the cancellation of today’s visit late Tuesday.

Hollande was originally scheduled to meet the Czech leaders last week but cancelled that trip following the deadly attack in the city of Nice.

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