The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova commented on the words of the writer Karel Chapek about the locust, the gratitude of the Czech authorities to Great Britain, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, which supported Prague after the expulsion of Russian diplomats.
“How many of the Czech classics have been recalled during these days. Now you can quote Czapek:“ Locusts are a natural disaster, although alone they are not scary at all. The same thing … “- wrote Zakharova on her Facebook page.
Earlier on Friday, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia announced the expulsion of four Russian diplomats. Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn took this step, as they noted there, as a sign of solidarity with the Czech Republic on the situation in relations with the Russian Federation after the incident in Vrbetica. Czech Foreign Minister Jakub Kulganek discussed with his British counterpart Dominik Raab the relations of the republic and the kingdom with Russia, and also thanked Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia for their solidarity with Prague.