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Diplomatic tension between Russia and Czech Republic


After the Donbas tension in Jap Europe, a diplomat disaster broke out between Russia and the Czech Republic.

20 DIPLOMAT WANTED PERSONS ANNOUNCED

The Russian Overseas Ministry introduced that 20 diplomats from the Czech Embassy in Moscow have been declared persona non grata.

It was acknowledged that the Moscow administration gave the Czech diplomats till 19 April to go away Moscow.

PRAGUE ADMINISTRATION EXPORTED 18 RUSSIAN DIPLOMATS

The Czech Republic determined to expel 18 Russian diplomats on the grounds that they have been linked to an explosion in 2014.

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiş acknowledged that 18 Russian diplomats have been working for the Russian intelligence service and that there have been severe suspicions that they have been associated to the explosion in an ammunition depot within the nation’s South Moravian area in 2014.

CZECH AMBASSADOR SUGGESTED TO THE MINISTRY

The Czech Ambassador in Moscow was summoned to the Russian Overseas Ministry. The Russian Ministry of Overseas Affairs had resolutely protested the Czech authorities’ choice to expel Russian diplomats and introduced that countermeasures could be taken.

Stating that “it’s inconceivable to not see the American hint” in Prague’s actions, the ministry acknowledged that the choice to expel Russian diplomats was made “with baseless and fabricated excuses” that the Russian secret service was behind the explosion in an ammunition depot in 2014.

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