Security of Lithuania, accusing Russian diplomats for spying, work out a political order and demonstrate odious rusofobstvo, said the official representative of the Russian foreign Ministry Alexander Lukashevich.
"very briefly, just a few remarks wished to respond to the report of the Department of state security of Lithuania, who came out and took a fairly wide media coverage. This opus is generally difficult to perceive on the other As odious example of Russophobia, " Lukashevich said at a press conference on Thursday.
"The charges working in the Republic of Lithuania, Russian diplomats in subversive activity, the character, the absolute hallucinations on the hands of the Russian capital in all spheres of public and political life of the country and all its problems - evidence of this stubborn desire to practice politakis in the course of the Lithuanian leadership, anti-Russian," he noted, reports RIA " Novosti ". Lukashevich, referring to the Lithuanian colleagues, he supplemented his words that " it is improper to resort to such blatant lies ". Before the state security Department of Lithuania published its annual report which said that thirty percent of Russian diplomats working in this country, As if he were employees of the intelligence services or have connections with the security services. With such statements in mid-March was made by Sweden. According to Swedish intelligence, more than a third of employees of the Russian Embassy in Stockholm involved in espionage. In addition, on 12 March it was announced that the Czech Service of information and security suspected of three Russian diplomats for spying and forbade their stay in the country. As the source said, " was thus disrupted the operation of the capital of Russia, which could threaten the security of the Czech Republic." On the same day the mass media of America reported "Russian spies, the country and the defectors" who Like working in the security Service of Ukraine. In February, the head of the police security Service of Norway in fact accused Russia and China of espionage, warning Norwegian employers about the existence of the Russian danger, and advised them to pay more attention to what they take to the workplace.