Czech President Milos Seman was hospitalized on Tuesday evening due to an arm injury and is undergoing surgery, presidential spokesman Jiri Ovchacek said on Twitter.
“Mr. President was hospitalized this evening due to an arm injury at the Central Military Hospital in Prague. Mr. President will have surgery on his arm. There is no question of life-threatening, Mr. President is in contact with his family and his staff,” Ovchachek wrote.
“Mr. President’s program will be adapted to his condition,” the spokesman added.
He is 75 years old and has been complaining of foot disease for a long time. The current injury may have been caused by a fall.