Czech-Liechtenstein Society

Eight centuries of common history

We are a society formed by people who are fully aware of the 800-hundred-year-old co-existence of the Czechs, Moravians, Silesians and Liechtensteins in one territory. We are a society that takes care of the presence as well as the future of friendly relations between the Czech Republic and the Principality of Liechtenstein. We are a society that wishes to connect.


Autumn Newsletter

The Autumn Issue of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society Newsletter is available here. We believe that it will bring you interesting and inspiring readings.

The opening of the Honorary Consulate of the Principality of Liechtenstein

Another important day for Czech-Liechtenstein relations: the Honorary Consulate of the Principality of Liechtenstein was inaugurated in Brno. The ceremony was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Principality of Liechtenstein, Mrs Dominique Hasler, the Liechtenstein Ambassador to the Czech Republic, JJ Marie-Pia Kothbauer Liechtenstein, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Martin Smolek, the South Moravian Governor Jan Grolich, the Honorary President and Chairman of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society, a number of other prominent personalities - and of course the Honorary Consul Daniel Herman. More details will soon be available in the autumn issue of our newsletter.⁠

The Honorary Consulate of the Principality of Liechtenstein in Brno was opened on Thursday, September 9th

The building of the Honorary Consulate of the Principality of Liechtenstein in Brno is located in Palác Jalta on Dominikanske square. 

Her Serene Highness Princess Marie Aglaë passed away

It is with deep regret and profound sadness that we received the information that Princess Marie passed away. The wife of Prince Hans Adam II, who is formally the ruler of Liechtenstein, passed away at Grabs hospital in Switzerland on Saturday, August 21, 2021.

More to read

Declaration of the Liechtenstein Family on the tornado in Moravia

The devastating tornado wiped out lives and livelihoods in the regions of Břeclav and Hodonín and caused so much pain and sorrow. The devastating consequences of the natural disaster caused a shock to the Liechtenstein Family. Prince Constantin, the youngest son of  HSH Hans Adam II, already on Friday 25 June 2021, made a statement on behalf of the Princely Family, offering through the Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation an instant support for sustainable projects with a special focus on the needs of children. On behalf of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society we would like to express our full support to this compassionate initiative of the Princely Family and are prepared to join in.

Summer issue of the CLS Newsletter

The Summer issue of the ČLS Newsletter is available on our websites (here). 

We hope it will offer you some interesting and inspiring reading.

With best wishes for a beautiful summer!

Daniel Herman was appointed as Liechtenstein Honorary Consul in Brno

Mgr. Daniel Herman, a member of the Board of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society and a former Minister of Culture, was appointed Honorary Consul of the Principality of Liechtenstein with its seat in Brno. Historically, the first Liechtenstein Honorary Consulate in the Czech Republic will focus on strengthening mutual Czech-Liechtenstein ties in the field of culture, education, and economics. The Czech-Liechtenstein Society very much welcomes the establishment of the Honorary Consulate and congratulations to the new Honorary Consul on behalf of all members!

Members´Meeting and new Board

On Thursday, April 22, a General Assembly of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society, r. a took place in the Hotel Rott. Despite the more difficult conditions, members appreciated the opportunity to meet in person and spend an afternoon together. The General Assembly elected a new Board for another three-year term. We have recently welcomed Mgr. Daniel Herman, former Minister of Culture, who was joined by a re-elected six-Board members of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society. The assembly also elected a new Vice-chairwoman Ing. Zuzana Holendová. The current Vice-chairman, PharmDr. Petr Svoboda, was elected as Chairman of the Association. Chairman Svoboda presented to the members the Annual Report for 2020, as well as the plan of activities for 2021. If the pandemic situation wishes us, we have something to look forward to!

Members´meeting and new members of the Board

On Tuesday, September 8th, a Members´ meeting of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society and a Board meeting took place in the Hotel Hoffmeister. We are very pleased to welcome two new Board members, Zuzana Holendová, manager at the Liechtenstein princely LGT bank in Vienna, and Petr Svoboda, vice-president of the Association of Castle Owners in the Czech Republic. ⁠

Honorary chairman of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society Daniel Herman received a high German award

The honorary chairman of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society and former Minister of Culture Daniel Herman received on Monday, September 7th, the Federal Republic of Germany’s Great Cross of Merit with a Star for his long-term efforts in Czech-German understanding and reconciliation. He received the award at the German embassy in Prague from German Ambassador Christoph Israng. The chairman of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society, Jiří Balaštík, was also present at the ceremony. ⁠

Hereditary Prince Alois Liechtenstein has been awarded a golden medal of Mendel University in Brno

On 14 November 2019 Mendel University awarded an outstanding award to Alois Liechtenstein for the contribution of his family to science, education and landscape in Moravia. The university has awarded the golden medal on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. You can also read: press release about the event, speech of HSH Alois of Liechtenstein at the ceremony in Brno, speech of Danuše Nerudová, the rector of Mendel University. 

Week-end in Lednice

On 28 - 29 September 2019 the Czech-Liechtenstein Society met once again in South Moravia, this time in Lednice. Members of CLS visited splendid and renovated castle of Lednice with the adjacent greenhouse guided by Ms. Ivana Holásková, the Lednice castle manager and a member of our Association. In the evening, members of the Association listened to beautiful music at the opening concert of the Lednice-Valtice Music Festival. 

Visit to Liechtenstein

Members of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society Committee traveled together to Vaduz and Malbun. They visited the Liechtenstein Parliament, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other interesting places. At the end of the journey they were received by Liechtenstein's ruling prince Alois.

You can read a more detailed report by the Chairman HERE

Our members represented the Czech Republic at the EY's competition in Monaco

Entrepreneurs Radka Prokopová and František Fabičovic, members of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society, represented the Czech Republic at the world final of EY World Entrepreneur of the Year competition. Their company Alca plast seated in Břeclav delivers sanitary systems to the whole world. They won the title Entrepreneur of the Year 2018 of the Czech Republic thank to honest approach to the development of their business and lifelong efforts to promote good reputation of Czech products in the world.  

Concert in the Liechtenstein City Palace

On Saturday 15th June 2019, the members of the Society attended a special concert of the Lednice/Valtice Music Festival, organized in Vienna to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Principality of Liechtenstein. 

Visit of Vienna

On the days of 12 and 13 May 2019, we visited the Austrian capital and its surroundings. First day we visited the Castle Liechtenstein. The second day we went for a tour of the Liechtenstein City Palace and Albertina Gallery. More information read HERE

Prince Constantin of Liechtenstein gave a speech in Prague at a conference on family businesses

A son of the reigning Prince of Liechtenstein Hans Adam II, Prince Constantin, was an exclusive guest of the conference Family Wealth, organized on 7 February 2019 by the E15 weekly. He spoke especially about keeping traditions and managing well the property which the family have gathered during more than nine hundred years.

Read more here.  

Public Lecture Afternoon - Liechtenstein's 300th anniversary

The Czech-Liechtenstein Society, in cooperation with the non-profit organization Post Bellum, organized a series of lectures about today's Liechtenstein and its history for general public. This event, celebrating the 300th anniversary of Liechtenstein, took place on 4 April 2019 in the Municipal Library in Prague. Entry was free. 

Members' Meeting

Members of the Czech-Liechtenstein Society met on 4 April 2019 in the Nuance Restaurant in Prague. 

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