Czech President Milos Zeman rushed to Central Military Hospital in ambulance right after meeting with PM Babis

Czech President Milos Zeman was taken to hospital in the capital, Prague, on Sunday, after holding a meeting with the country’s prime minister, Andrej Babis, on the formation of a new government.

The emergency vehicle that transported the president had markings on it that indicated it was a mobile ICU, eyewitnesses noted.

In September, Zeman spent eight days in hospital, recovering from what he described as dehydration and mild exhaustion.

The 77-year-old, who has been the head of state since 2013, started using a wheelchair earlier this year due to neuropathy in his legs.

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