In this Feb. 26, 2014 file picture Czech Republic's President Milos Zeman delivers his speech at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, eastern France. (AP Photo/Christian Lutz, File)
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Czech President Milos Zeman and the U.S. ambassador to Prague are in a rare public dispute over Zeman's decision to attend a Russian military parade, and the country's prime minister together with Czech lawmakers are siding with the American.Zeman said U.S. Ambassador Andrew Shapiro is no longer welcome in the Prague Castle, the seat of presidency.Parliament's lower house speaker, Jan Hamacek, said he thought Zeman was overreacting; the deputy speaker of Parliament's upper house, Premysl Sobotka, said Zeman demonstrated a lack of "diplomatic thinking".Shapiro said he regretted that Zeman felt offended.
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