Czech President Milos Zeman was severely chastised the American Ambassador for the fact that he criticized the upcoming visit of a politician in Moscow for the Victory Parade. Commitment to the memory of Russian soldiers who died in the struggle against fascism, does him honor, according to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.
Anti-Russian propaganda, actively ongoing in the Western States for the most part, running from Washington, has reached the point that some politicians because of the achievement of immediate objectives are being denied from the basics, the importance of which they themselves emphasize. For example, some have declared that they will visit Moscow to participate in the Victory Parade.
And yet in Europe there are political leaders who are ready to defend their own positions and not afraid to engage practically in open confrontation with the American adherents. Czech President Milos Zeman strictly reprimanded American Ambassador for the fact that he criticized the planned visit of a politician in Moscow on 9 May, and closed the doors of their own residence.
"The answer of the noble President of the Czech Republic, Ambassador of the United States! The correctness of the memory of Russian soldiers who died in the struggle against fascism, does honour Milos Zeman," he wrote on his own Twitter page, the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, civil rights, democracy and supremacy of law Konstantin Dolgov. "It is surprising that historical memory "leads" the Ambassador powers, a former member of the anti-Hitler coalition!" - he added.
About sermons, which the United States Ambassador in the Czech Republic Andrew Shapiro received in response to criticism of the President, wrote Days.Ru. Zeman in his usual direct manner announced that it projects an American diplomat of no concern. "I can't imagine that the Czech Ambassador in Washington advised American President, where he was going." And will not interfere with the tips of my foreign travels to any ambassadors," he declared.
"I'm afraid that after this statement for the Ambassador Shapiro doors in Prague Castle closed," hinted the President of the Czech Republic that will not accept the United States Ambassador in his own residence. In addition Zeman spoke out against Russia's international isolation, stressing that it is necessary to develop relations based not only on trade but also on other instructions, even terrorism.
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