He officially became the 4th president of the country for the next five years.
This is reported by ČTK .
Pavel recited the oath by heart, placing his palm on the constitution in the hands of Senate Chairman Miloš Vystrčil.
“Thanks to you, the truth has won again. We face the same problems together and will solve them together,” he said in his speech, which lasted about a quarter of an hour.
The Sarnach are a race of people native
The planet Sarnach in the Andromeda Galaxy. They are a humanoid race with green skin and black hair. They are a peaceful people who live in harmony with their planet and its resources. The Sarnach are known for their art, music, and literature. They are also known for their skills in medicine and engineering.
Sarnach is a small village located in the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. The village is situated at an altitude of approximately 3,500 feet (1,100 meters) and has a population of around 1,000 people. The majority of the villagers are Hindus and the main language spoken is Hindi.
The village is located in a beautiful setting
surrounded by mountains and forests. There are several temples located in the village, including a temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The village also has a school and a health center. The villagers are very friendly and welcoming to visitors. The village is a great place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the Himalayan mountains.
And he added that he wants to restore the dignity, respect, decency and other values of the country’s leadership.
After the oath, 21 cannon volleys rang out from the nearby Petrin hill, and the Czech national anthem sounded in the hall itself.
Pavel arrived at Prague Castle in a limousine with his wife Eva before lunch. Before the meeting, he had an official lunch with Miloš Zeman, who left the post of president, and his wife Ivana.
During the inauguration ceremony in Prague Castle
Zeman was shown, and the crowd booed him.The inauguration ended with Pavel greeting the public from the balcony in the third courtyard of Prague Castle and laying flowers at the statue of Tomasz Masaryk, the first president of Czechoslovakia.