Meeting in Prague

The New York Times reported in its Week in Review section (p.3) on March 2, 2002: “Czech intelligence officials said for more than a year that they had credible evidence of a meeting in Prague between one Sept. 11 hijacker and an Iraqi agent. The Czech government later said the information was false.” Is it factually true, or a journalistic invention, that the government of the Czech Republic later, or ever, said “the information was false?”
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