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Photo credit: wikipedia.org (CC BY 2.5) The Czech authorities have decided to reduce the number of Russian diplomats in Prague to the number of Czech diplomats in Moscow, TASS reports. According to Jakub Kulganek, who heads the Czech foreign ministry, this was a reaction to the expulsion...

22.04.2021 Subject: Politics

Photo credit: kazac-maksim / pixabay.com The deputy American ambassador to Russia was summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry, the agency's website reports. He was handed a note that ten embassy officials were declaring persona non grata. They must leave Russian territory within a...

21.04.2021 Subject: Politics

Photo credit: kazac-maksim / pixabay.com 20 Czech diplomats have been declared persona non grata, the website of the Russian Foreign Ministry reports. They must leave the country before the end of the day. This step was taken in response to the expulsion from Prague of 18 representatives...

19.04.2021 Subject: Politics

Photo credit: Sebjarod / ru.wikipedia.org (Public domain) Readers of the Le Figaro newspaper criticized the systematic pressure on Russia from the European Union, calling the claims "harassment." A sharp reaction from French Internet users was caused by the words of the head of...

24.03.2021 Subject: Politics


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