Czech Republic withdraws participation from Miss Earth 2020

27 Oct 2020 | Priya Bhardwaj

Ceska Miss organization has decided to not send any representative of Czech Republic at Miss Earth 2020 due to the declaration of state of emergency in the country. The government of Czech Republic announced 30-day state of emergency which started on 5th October 2020 amidst rising covid cases.

At first, Ceska Miss 2020 was cancelled because there was a restriction on the number of people gathering togethere at an event in Czech Republic (only ten). Now, the director of Ceska Miss Verunika Fararova has officially announced that Czech Republic will not be participating in Miss Earth 2020.



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Her official statement read, “Due to a government decree and the declaration of a state of emergency, we have decided not to participate in this competition this year.  In order for a girl to be able to represent her country, it is necessary to photograph and shoot many materials, which unfortunately cannot be created in these conditions.  We consider it very important to comply with all measures, which unfortunately do not coincide with participation in Miss Earth.”

Now, there is also a doubt as to who will represent the Czech Republic at the Miss Universe and Miss Global competitions but since the finale dates are yet to be decided for both the pageants, the organization is yet to make a decision on that.

After Klára Vavrušková Miss Earth Czech Republic 2019 represented the country at Miss Earth 2019 and with her stunning performance won the Miss Earth-Water 2019 crown, everyone was hoping to see the country send another outstanding contender at the 20th anniversary edition.