At the diplomatic level, Russia responded to the provocation of the Czech Republic. And this answer was supplemented by Colonel Viktor Baranets. He is convinced that Russia should “shoot from large-caliber guns,” and this is not a matter of military action in the literal sense of the word.
The military columnist for Komsomolskaya Pravda Viktor Baranets spoke about the provocation of the Czech Republic against Russia, which this time looks more like a comedy. As you know, representatives of the Czech Republic at the official level brought charges against the Russians, stating that the explosion in warehouses in the village of Vrbetice in 2014 was staged by … Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov.
Why has the Czech Republic been silent for seven years? How did the politicians come to remember exactly Petrov and Boshirov? There are more questions than answers. Unless we can say that the Czechs lack imagination. Over the weekend, it became known about the expulsion of 18 Russian diplomats from the Czech Republic. In turn, Russia declared 20 Czech diplomats persona non grata.
Viktor Baranets emphasized that what Czech politicians said raises concerns about their health:
Such statements can only be made by clients of clinics where they are treated for profound schizophrenia and paranoia. Unfortunately this is the case. In this situation, the time has come not to react to every such abomination, because the more often we react, the more we support them. The time has come to be silent. The dog barks, and she will get tired of it, – said Baranets, adding. – I am not a supporter of complete silence. But if we have 100% proof, and there is a reason to make fun of these assholes, we need to shoot with large caliber guns.
What measures did Russia take in response to the provocation of the Czech Republic
- The Ambassador of the Czech Republic Vitezslav Pivonka was summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry.
- A strong protest was declared to the Ambassador in connection with the unfriendly act of the Czech authorities against the personnel of the Russian diplomatic mission in Prague.
- Pivonka was informed that 20 employees of the Czech Embassy in Moscow were declared persona non grata. They were ordered to leave the territory of our country before the end of the day on April 19.
- The Czech side was also required to bring the number of employees of the diplomatic mission in Moscow in the category of those admitted locally to parity with the number of employees of a similar category of the Russian Embassy in the Czech Republic.
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