in Sulzbach-Rosenberg by the Minister of Culture of the Czech Republic, Daniel Hermann, Prague, and the European politician Bernd Posselt, Munich
Awarded to: Věra Krumphanzlová, Prague, Peter Kuschel, Etzelwang, Günter Wendler, Edelsfeld, and Hans Wuttig, Sulzbach-Rosenberg
in Brno by the literary scholar Prof. Dr. Hans Dieter Zimmermann, Berlin, and the translator Alena Bláhová, Prague
Awarded to: Marie Filippovová, Brno, and Verena Seibt / Clea Stracke, Munich
Honorary prizes: Horst and Helga Löffler, Stuttgart, and Irena Nováková, Prague
in Chemnitz by the writer and playwright Pavel Kohout, Prague and to the former Ambassador Herrmann Huber, Munich
Awarded to: Michael Morgner, Chemnitz and Eva Hašková, Všenory near Prague
Honorary prizes: Jitka Ludvová, Prague and Dirk du Pin, Reinbek / Hamburg
in Prague by the Ambassador of the Czech Republic in Berlin, Rudolf Jindrák, and the CEO of the Škoda Automobilgesellschaft in Mladá Boleslav, Winfried Vahland.
Awarded to: Christian Thanhäuser and Alena Laufrová.
Honorary prizes: Ursula Scholz, Hamburg, and Václav Petrbok, Prague.
in Bremen bz the journalist and political scientist Petr Brod and the publicist and non-fiction author Jürgen Serke.
Awarded to: Rosa Jaisli and Pavel Piekar.
Honorary prizes: Hana Adam, Berlin, and Helmut Walz, Berlin.
in Ústí nad Labem by the historian Otfrid Pustejovsky and the linguist and director of the Bohemicum Regensburg Marek Nekula.
Awarded to: Jan Jindra and Petra Flath.
Honorary prizes: Lenka Holíková, Řehlovice / Groß-Tschochau, and Klaus Fiedler, Pirna.
in Leipzig by the Vice-Chairman of the Czech Senate Dr. Petr Pithart and Petra Ernstberger MdB.
Awarded to: Katharina Dietlinger and Pavel Brázda.
in Oberplan/Horní Planá by Manfred Pranghofer, founder of the Bohemian Forest Museum in Passau and Mgr. Ivan Slavík, deputy museum director in Český Krumlov.
Awarded to: Štěpan Hon and Rudolf Klaffenböck
in Regensburg by Dr. Václav Maidl, Germanist, Prague, and Dr. Klaus Rose, politician, Vilshofen.
Awarded to: Rupert D. Preißl (†), Regensburg, Rut Kohn, Triftern.
in Teplice by Herbert Werner, German-Czech Future Fund, Prague, and Dr. Tomáš Kafka, German-Czech Future Fund, Prague.
Awarded to: Karel Beneš, Prague, Atelier Otto Herbert Hajek, Stuttgart.
on the occasion of the 200th birthday of Adalbert Stifter: alternative presentation of the Adalbert Stifter Prize for writers and translators in Central Europe on a Danube ship near Passau.
in Bamberg by Jiří Dienstbier, former Foreign Minister, Prague, and Hans-Dietrich Genscher, former Foreign Minister, Bonn.
Awarded to: Jiří Jirásek, Prague, Bernd Wagenhäuser, Bamberg.
In České Budějovice by Father Angelus Waldstein OSB, Ettal, and Bishop František Radkovský, Pilsen.
Prize donor: Leopold Hafner, Aicha v. Forest, Jiří Sozanský, Prague.
in Berlin by Ludvík Kundera, writer, Kunštát, and Reiner Kunze, writer, Obernzell-Erlau.
Awarded to: Petr Cisařovský, Prague, Frank Siewert, Berlin.
in Liberec by Hans Wurm, high school director, Oberviechtach, and Jana Hrbotická, high school director, Pilsen (Plzeň).
Awarded to: G. Jo. Hruschka, Zwiesel, Jan Fišar, Nový Bor.
in Weimar by Vratislav Kulhánek, Škoda Auto a.s., Mladá Boleslav, and Detlef Wittig, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg.
Awarded to: Karel Oberthor (SČUG, Hollar), Prague Helmut Hellmessen, Maintal.
in Hamburg by Prof. Dr. Jiří Fukač, musicologist, Brno, and Dr. Antje Vollmer, Vice President of the Bundestag, Bonn.
Awarded to: Rudolf Mareš, Prague, Hansjürgen Gartner, Augsburg.
in Český Krumlov by Reinhold Macho, Mayor, Furth im Wald, and Lída Rakušanová, journalist, Prague and Munich.
Awarded to: Winfried Tonner, Regensburg, Viktoria Chaloupková, Prague.
in Dresden by František Černý, Ambassador, Prague, and Richard von Weizsäcker, former Federal President, Berlin.
Awarded to: Jindřich Streit, Prague, Stefan Hanke, Regensburg.
in Český Krumlov by Franz Peter Künzel, translator, Puchheim b. Munich, and Jan Trefulka, writer, Brno.
Awarded to: Ernst Krebs, Munich, Věra Krumhanzlová, Prague.
in Munich by Zbyněk Petráček, journalist, Prague, and Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Seibt, historian, Munich.
Awarded to: Prof. Aleš Veselý, Prague, Prof. Otto Herbert Hajek, Stuttgart.