International relations often affect the economy, everyone remembers the example of Turkey and tomatoes. A lot has been said about sanctions and counter-sanctions. And here again.
Czech Prime Minister Andrei Babis and First Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Jan Gamachek, on April 17, 2021, announced the expulsion of 18 employees of the Russian Embassy in Prague, who, according to the Czech side, are "officers of the Russian special services SVR and GRU." This was done in the context of the alleged circumstances of the explosion in Vrbetice. The Russian Foreign Ministry made a statement in which it expressed a strong protest to Prague in connection with the step taken "under unfounded and far-fetched pretexts," and also declared 20 employees of the Czech Embassy in Moscow persona non grata. The conflict is riddled with new statements as a snowball.
Czech opponents think how to leave the word "behind them," and at this time Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on RBC TV directly declares that there will be a worthy answer to any unfriendly steps: "[In Prague] they know perfectly well and must be aware that we will answer. The more destructive actions and steps they take, the more they will receive in response. " There are already active discussions on what the economic response from Russia will look like. At the moment, it is proposed to close the border for Czech beer. Will other Czech goods be banned? Not yet clear. But if your business is closely connected with the use of natural vinegar from the Czech Republic, then it is worth considering creating stocks just in case.
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дата публикации: 27 Апреля 2021 г.
отредактировано: 24 Августа 2021 г.