Chinese President Xi Jinping signed a landmark strategic partnership with his Czech counterpart in Prague on Tuesday amid a fresh wave of protests in the Czech capital against Beijing’s policies on Tibet.

The first visit by a Chinese head of state to the Czech Republic has been overshadowed by protests by rights groups and opposition politicians critical of China’s policy in Tibet.

Hundreds of protesters rallied in central Prague later Tuesday, waving Tibetan flags and chanting “Freedom for Tibet” along with anti-Zeman slogans.

On Monday, police arrested 12 people after pro-Tibetan demonstrators scuffled with crowds who had turned out to welcome the Chinese leader.



Born in Vicenza 1 March 1980, University IULM of Milan in the degree program Public relations and advertising, Founder of MyPrague app, official city guide suggest by Prague City Tourism, he manages the PR for 7 Italians singers (Toto Cutugno)