Czech Republic asked EU countries to send “at least one Russian diplomat”

Czech Prime Minister Andrei Babish asked the EU countries to send “at least one Russian diplomat” because of explosions in Vrbetice. This is reported by the newspaper IDNES.

With such a statement, he spoke during the EU informal summit in Porto (Portugal). “Europe cannot ignore such actions. When the EU member state attacks, they will automatically attack everyone else,” said Czech prime minister.

On May 4, the Prosecutor General of the Czech Republic Pavel Zeman made that the case of explosions in 2014 ammunition warehouses in Vrbetice can be stopped if they cannot interrogate suspects or ensure their presence.

Czech Republic accuses Russian intelligence services in involvement in the explosions in the warehouse of ammunition in Vrbetice on October 16, 2014, which killed two people. Then, presumably ten thousand kilograms of ammunition exploded, including medium-range missiles. According to the version of Prague, a day before the explosion of a warehouse in it was Russians Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, whom Great Britain accuses to attempt to poison the former Agent Gro Sergey Skripal.

/Media reports.