Initial Deputy Prime Minister and I. about. Czech Foreign Minister Jan Hamacek called on the EU and NATO partners for the mass expulsion of Russian diplomats as a sign of solidarity.
This was reported by Agence France Presse on Twitter.
Hamachek told reporters that on Wednesday, April 21, he would summon the Russian ambassador to the Foreign Ministry. During the meeting, the Czech politician is going to inform the Russian Palestine about the further actions of Prague.
On April 18, 20 employees of the Czech embassy were declared persona non grata in Moscow. This was a reciprocal step to the expulsion of 18 Russian diplomats from the Czech Republic the day before. They are suspected of working for the Russian special services, which Prague considers to be involved in the explosions in Vrbetica in 2014. In addition, the Czech Republic has put Russian citizens Ruslan Boshirov and Alexander Petrov on the wanted list. They are said to have been present at the site of an explosion at a formation in Vrbetica in October 2014.
The explosions thundered on October 16 and December 3, 2014, because of the first 2 people died. It exploded, fortuitously, 10 thousand kg of ammunition, including medium-range missiles. The guilt of the incident remained unknown. According to one of the versions, the explosion happened due to the negligence of the workers.