Moskva On Sunday, Russian diplomacy Maria Zakharovov said that the mayor of Prague 6, Ondej Kole, said that the Russian embassy in the Czech Republic had removed the statue of Marl Ivan Konva. The TASS agency informed about it.
The city built a monument was modified by the first acts. All the fuss made nothing to do with the first thing, the agency quoted Zacharovov as saying. According to the Czech public, Kolák said that I was embassy for removing the statue, because she refused to place it on her land.
The Russian embassy said that Russia’s assessment of the procedure in Prague 6 in connection with the dismantling of the Konva memorial has not changed. Evaluated … both the Russian embassy in the Czech Republic and the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and the Foreign Ministry’s Speaker Maria Zakharov, TASS’s spokesman for the Embassy in Prague Nikolai Bryakin, came out repeatedly.
According to the agency, the embassy does not want to comment, Kolovo claimed that Russia was responsible for removing the monument. We never tried to remove it. If Russia had not started what started, the statue still stands there, the municipal politician quoted the server Parlamentni listy.
The statue of the warlord, who was involved in the liberation of Prague from the Nazis, but also in the bloody suppression of the anti-communist uprising in Hungary in 1956, has been in the Czech capital since 1980. in Prague-entrance. Subsequently, he will move to the Museum of Memory of the 20th Century, its construction is going to be the capital.
Moscow removed the statues irritated and protested against it. She called the move a breach of the 1993 bilateral agreement, and the Russian authorities launched a foreign trial against officials in Prague 6, which the Czech Foreign Ministry said was inadmissible. In addition, Czech diplomacy claims that the removal of the statue of Marl from the Interbrigda in Prague 6 does not violate the days of the Czech-Russian treaties.