The Russian foreign Ministry reacted to reports of Russian “poisoner” in the Czech Republic


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The message of the Czech mass media about the plans of Russia in the poisoning of Czech politicians — stuffing, which are impossible to believe, being of sound mind. So the scandal with the Russian “poisoners” responded the Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov, reports RIA Novosti.

“Who in their right mind will accept and believe all these fabrications?” — leads the Agency the words of the diplomat. He stressed that it is unclear how the Czech border guards passed into the country of a person with toxic substances in the Luggage.

On April 27 the official representative of the Ministry Maria Zakharova said that the data on the Russian secret services attempt to poison the Czech politicians fake and stuffing.

22 APR Czech newspaper Respekt reported allegedly recorded the transfer of intelligence officers from Russia to Europe. It was alleged that some time ago in the airport Vaclav Havel with a diplomatic passport arrived the employee of the Russian special services, in Luggage could be poison.

After that there were reports that several high-ranking officials took under heavy guard, including the head of the district Prague 6 ondřej Kolář who initiated the demolition of the monument to Marshal of the Soviet Union Ivan Konev.

Monument is Konev in Prague was demolished on 3 April. In this regard, on April 10, the Investigative Committee of Russia opened a criminal case under part three of article 354.1 criminal code (“the Desecration of symbols of Russia’s military glory, committed publicly”). The Czech foreign Ministry said in response that they consider the prosecution of its officials of a foreign government invalid.

In 2017, the Czech Republic revised the role Konev in history. In addition to the information on the role of commander in the liberation of Prague from the Nazis in 1945, on the plate of the monument there was a mention of the suppression of the Hungarian uprising of 1956 and the preparation of the invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.

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