Vaclav Klaus criticised the EU over a recent row over migrant quotes which are not being met by the Czech Republic, Poland or Hungary.
The countries risk losing funding from the European Union unless they meet quotas for allowing migrants to enter the country, and take their fair share of the escalating crisis.
Mr Klaus raged at the Brussels bloc, insisting the country should not be punished for not meeting the quota.
He said: “We fundamentally and resolutely protest the decision of the European Union to initiate towards the Czech Republic proceedings regarding the so-called “not respecting” the receipt of migrants on the basis of quotas dictated by Brussels.
“To those who had not yet realised it – by taking this step, the European Commission has shown exactly what the standing of the Czech Republic in the European Union is. And what are the intentions of its top representatives towards us?
“We reject the continued belittling, of us, which has now happened.
“We refuse to permit the transformation of our country into a multicultural society…as we currently see in France and in Great Britain.”
The European Commission voted overwhelmingly in favour of sanctioning countries that failed to accept EU migrant quotas, which aims to share 160,000 refugees under a two-year program.
Mr Klaus said the threat from the European Union should be the reason why the Czech Republic should leave the bloc, reiterating that their voice is not heard. Read more at EXPRESS.