In the Czech Republic, an official was fired because of “Sputnik V”
In the Czech Republic, an official was fired, who spoke about the intention of the First Deputy Prime Minister and the head of the country's Ministry of Internal Affairs, Jan Gamacek, to purchase the Russian Sputnik V vaccine.
This was reported on the website of the newspaper “Komsomolskaya Pravda”.
Earlier it was reported that Gamachek allegedly has a plan to obtain the consent of the Russian side to hold a meeting of Russian and US presidents Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden in Prague. He later denied this information. Then the chief of military intelligence of the republic Jan Beroun did it. However, he confirmed that on April 15, the topic of Gamachek's planned visit to Moscow was discussed.
Previously, Rambler wrote that Russia can include 10 countries among the unfriendly states. Among them will be the United States. Moscow also intends to expel 10 American diplomats, take measures to end the hiring of Russian and third-country nationals to the US embassy or consulate general, and prohibit American diplomats from traveling outside their places of base.
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