Former Czech president Vaclav Klaus returned to the Central Military Hospital in Prague-Stresovice on Tuesday after being hospitalised there with blood pressure problems over the weekend, news portal Novinky.cz has reported, while Klaus's spokesman told CTK the ex-president was waiting for further examination. Spokesman Petr Macinka said that the former head of state had undergone an examination in the hospital at the weekend. Doctors discovered he has hypertension, Macinka added. Incumbent head of state Milos Zeman was brought to the same hospital today, the website reports. Zeman's spokesman Jiri Ovcacek has not disclosed the reason for the president's hospitalisation.