The Czech Foreign Ministry has responded to the Czech Republic’s call for Russian diplomats to betray Russia

The Foreign Ministry responded to the Czech Republic’s call for diplomats to renounce service in Russia because of Ukraine
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The Russian Foreign Ministry responded to the Czech Foreign Ministry, which called on Russian diplomats to stop serving in Russia due to the situation in Ukraine. This is stated in the Telegram channel of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

The Czech Foreign Ministry has previously said that Russian diplomats are partly responsible for the events in Ukraine, to which, in their opinion, they should respond based on “conscience and morality.” The ministry called on Russian diplomats to “leave the sinking ship” and withdraw from the “circle of accomplices of evil.”

The Czech diplomats also told their Russian counterparts that they had one thing in common: “We all serve our governments and our peoples as civil servants and diplomats.” Representatives of the Russian Foreign Ministry replied: “Czech diplomats, we really have something in common with you. Only you have long forgotten about it, betrayed and sold the pages of our common history. And we remember. We do not betray the memory of those who gave their lives for our future with you. “

Russia launched a forced special operation to demilitarize and denationalize Ukraine on February 24. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that the purpose of the special operation is to protect the people of Donbass from years of genocide. Against the background of a special operation, EU countries began to send Russian diplomats en masse, accusing them of espionage. Russia has responded by sending dozens of foreign diplomats.

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The Russian Foreign Ministry responded to the Czech Foreign Ministry, which called on Russian diplomats to stop serving in Russia due to the situation in Ukraine. This is stated in the Telegram channel of the Russian Foreign Ministry. The Czech Foreign Ministry has previously said that Russian diplomats are partly responsible for the events in Ukraine, to which, in their opinion, they should respond based on “conscience and morality.” The ministry called on Russian diplomats to “leave the sinking ship” and withdraw from the “circle of accomplices of evil.” The Czech diplomats also told their Russian counterparts that they had one thing in common: “We all serve our governments and our peoples as civil servants and diplomats.” Representatives of the Russian Foreign Ministry replied: “Czech diplomats, we really have something in common with you. Only you have long forgotten about it, betrayed and sold the pages of our common history. And we remember. We do not betray the memory of those who gave their lives for our future with you. ” Russia launched a forced special operation to demilitarize and denationalize Ukraine on February 24. Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that the purpose of the special operation is to protect the people of Donbass from years of genocide. Against the background of a special operation, EU countries began to send Russian diplomats en masse, accusing them of espionage. Russia has responded by sending dozens of foreign diplomats.

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