The Russian Foreign Ministry described the deterioration of diplomatic relations between the Russian Federation and the Czech Republic as “culprit”. The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, made a statement in which she noted that some representatives of the Czech elite may be responsible for the deterioration of relations between the countries.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to the portal DonPress
The Russian Foreign Ministry continues to search for “culprits” of worsening diplomatic relations between the Czech Republic and Russia. A statement was made on this occasion by the spokesperson for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova.
“Relations are deliberately deteriorating for a certain part of the Czech elite,” said Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova.
Zakharova also remembered the expulsion of Russian diplomats from the Czech Republic. The representative of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs believes that Czech citizens are not interested in such decisions by the Prague authorities. According to Zakharova, the Czech authorities were not interested in the opinion of the Czechs.
“It is not necessary for the Czechs,” said Zakharova.
Recall that in recent years, Russian-Czech relations have deteriorated considerably. In Prague, it had previously been reported that the Russian secret service planned to poison Czech politicians. After that, the Czech authorities decided to expel the Russian ambassadors from the territory of their country.
The Kremlin denies the Czech accusations. And they believe that Prague is guilty of the deterioration of relations between the countries.
Earlier, we reported that Khodakovsky had openly spoken of a serious L / DPR problem.