The Office for Foreign Relations and Information is an intelligence service of the Czech Republic. Its principal goal, effort and mission is to provide foreign intelligence vital for the security and protection of foreign policy interests and economic policy interests of the Czech Republic.
The bases of the current intelligence system of the Czech were laid in 1993 and 1994. At that time, the existing institutions were reformed or completely new institutions were established as it was required by the process of the break-up of the Czechoslovak federation and the establishment of independent successor states, i.e. the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic.Read the entire history