A diplomatic buzz continues between Russia and the Czech Republic. Deputy Prime Minister Jan Hamacek, head of the Czech Foreign Ministry, has ordered the expulsion of all Russian diplomats.
“Prague expected a different reaction from Moscow after the expulsion of the diplomats. We are ready for anything, even for building relations with Russia from scratch, but we do not exclude the expulsion of all Russian diplomats, “Jan Hamacek wrote on his page in Facebook…
Jan Hamacek was also going to summon the Russian ambassador to Prague, Alexander Zmeevsky, to express his indignation at the actions of Moscow.
The aggravation of relations between Russia and the Czech Republic began after the expulsion of 18 Russian diplomats. They were expelled because they suspected Russian citizens, Petrov and Boshirov, of organizing an explosion at an ammunition depot in Vrbetica.
Official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia Maria Zakharova called these events “marasmic parade”… The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Czech Republic, meanwhile, did not find signs of terrorist attack and interference into the state structure in the Vrbetica bombing case.