Expelled from the Czech Republic, the staff of Rossotrudnichestvo leave Prague on June 7

Two employees of Rossotrudnichestvo, declared persona non grata in the Czech Republic, are leaving Prague tomorrow, June 7, and sent to Moscow. This was told by Deputy head of Rossotrudnichestvo Mikhail Bryukhanov.

Before he said he was under restrictions due to pandemic coronavirus COVID-19 remains unclear how the expelled Russian diplomats Andrei Kondakov and Igor Fishermen will be able to leave the Czech Republic. Today, he said: a way to send them to Russia was found, reports TASS.

on the Eve of Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Andrew Babish at an emergency press conference in Prague said: two employees of the Russian Embassy in his country, declared persona non grata. According to Babish, this decision is connected with the history of transportation in the Czech Republic of the poison ricin.

a Toxic substance allegedly brought to the Czech Republic a Russian citizen with a diplomatic passport, to use the poison to poison municipal politicians. Deputy Prime Minister and interior Minister of the Czech Republic said earlier that the police and security services of the Republic there is no concrete evidence of the above incident.

At the Russian Embassy in the Czech Republic have recently called for the expulsion of diplomats unfriendly step, based on unsubstantiated accusations and trumped-up provocation. The Russian foreign Ministry called the actions of the Czech Republic, dishonest and unworthy.

Director of the Russian foreign intelligence Service Sergey Naryshkin has promised retaliatory measures in connection with the expulsion of two of our diplomats from the Czech Republic. In General, the history with the staff of Rossotrudnichestvo he called a “very vile and cowardly provocation by the Czech authorities”.