In the Czech Republic, the history of the explosions is now being disgraced – Lavrov

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at a press conference that Prague disgraced itself with the explosions at military warehouses in the village of Vrbetitsa, reports TASS.

In the Czech Republic, the history of the explosions is now being disgraced - Lavrov

“You see, with what a shame now in the Czech Republic they unravel the story of the explosions that took place seven years ago. Until now, no one has been able to explain what the investigating authorities have been doing all these years. They get confused in the testimony, as we say, they put forward more and more new versions. We must first deal with such things at home, before expelling the diplomats, accusing them of something for which the investigation has not even been completed yet. And judging by the way they do it, it is unlikely that it will end with any concrete result”, – Lavrov said.

Recall that the Czech Republic declared 18 Russian diplomats persona non grata, who, according to Prague, are allegedly employees of the Russian special services and are involved in the explosions of military warehouses in the village of Vrbetitsa in the east of the country in 2014. The Russian Foreign Ministry expressed a strong protest and declared 20 employees of the Czech Embassy in Moscow persona non grata.

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