The same applies to the Diamond Path, the first Buddhist sect to be officially registered as a religious society in the Czech Republic.
The Diamond Path, focusing mainly on meditation and lectures, wants to build new headquarters worth 25 million crowns.
If the EU failed to provide a subsidy, the Diamond Path would seek money elsewhere.
"The new headquarters should host international meetings of Buddhists from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Austria and other countries. We are also planning to establish a large library with Buddhist literature that would be accessible to students and the general public and that would be unique in the Brno region," Blazejovska said.