The Kremlin said about an adequate response to the hostile manifestations of the Czech Republic


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Moscow will not be tolerant of hostile manifestations on the part of the Czech Republic, and each time to respond to them adequately, said press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov. It is quoted by TASS on Monday, June 15.

A Kremlin spokesman stressed that to close his eyes in the Kremlin do not intend to. However, he noted that Moscow is interested in establishing and maintaining mutually beneficial relations with the Czech Republic.

On June 5 the Russian Embassy in Prague received a note to the Czech foreign Minister with a notice of expulsion from the Republic of two employees of a diplomatic mission. The Czech side argues that one of the diplomats
deliberately written to counter false information about the planned attack on the Czech politicians.

June 15 two employees of the Czech Embassy in Moscow, was declared persona non grata, they must leave the territory of the Russian Federation until the end of the day on June 17. Czech Ambassador to Russia Vítězslav Pivonka was summoned to the foreign Ministry.

27 APR Czech newspaper Respekt reported that police took custody of the mayor of Prague and the head of one of the districts of the city because of information that in the Czech Republic on a diplomatic passport arrived the Russians, intending to poison these politicians poison ricin. The Russian Embassy denied this information.

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