The Czechs were outraged by Lavrov’s statement about the monument to Marshal Konev

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov expressed reasonable claims to the Czech side over the dismantling of a monument to the Soviet Marshal-Liberator Ivan Konev in Prague. The diplomat demanded to return the monument to its former place. However, according to the Czech edition of Forum 24, Lavrov’s statement is "a blatant attempt to intervene on the part of Russia in the affairs of another state."

Lavrov stressed that the Czech Republic will have to put the Konev monument back to where it stood earlier, referring to the agreement between the two countries from 1993, which greatly revolted the Czech public.

The Czechs have children's explanations - they say that the monument does not belong to the state. But according to the contract, ensuring the safety of the monument should be the responsibility of the state, because it is in the register of the Czech Defense Ministry. And suddenly they demolish it, and they tell us that this is the property of some elder. What happened is absolutely unacceptable - Czech diplomats must explain themselves, and the monument must be returned to where it was

- said Sergey Lavrov

Forum 24 authors believe that Czech diplomatic workers should not explain anything. Why does the Czech Republic need a monument to a certain marshal who “gave the order to shoot at people” in Hungary? Maybe the monument to Stalin also needs to be restored?
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  1. 123 Offline 123
    123 (123) 18 May 2020 18: 14
    Maybe the monument to Stalin also needs to be restored?

    It turns out that even with a kind word, you can achieve something, once said, and already think in the right direction. winked
    Just in case, they are interested in the volume of work. laughing
    1. boriz Online boriz
      boriz (boriz) 19 May 2020 10: 36
      ... even a kind word can achieve something ...

      And if you add colt ...
      1. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 19 May 2020 10: 57
        "... even a kind word can achieve something ..."
        And if you add colt ...

        His time has not come, Sergei Kozhugetovich lubricates at home.

        1. radiootdel4 Offline radiootdel4
          radiootdel4 (Vladimir) 19 May 2020 16: 03
          Who does not want to talk with Sergey Viktorovich, Sergey Kuzhugetovich will talk with him. laughing
          1. 123 Offline 123
            123 (123) 19 May 2020 17: 08
            We still have Onishchenko, but this is already a completely inhumane weapon, he even had to be sent to retire in order to reassure the world community. winked
  2. Wanderer039 Offline Wanderer039
    Wanderer039 18 May 2020 18: 53
    Well, in this situation in Russia, monuments to foreigners and streets named after them are also not needed! Russia has enough of its own, undeservedly forgotten heroes ... whose names can be called streets and ships ... Or the Czechs think that since they do not like Russians and Russia, the Russian Federation is in love with the Czechs without exception ?! You are for the fact that you worked and fought on the side of Hitler, answer !!!
  3. King3214 Offline King3214
    King3214 (Sergius) 18 May 2020 20: 00
    It is strange, why then do Czechs resent when they dismantle their monuments?
  4. sharp-lad Offline sharp-lad
    sharp-lad (Oleg) 18 May 2020 20: 34
    Not only to Comrade Stalin, but also to Lenin!
  5. beeper Offline beeper
    beeper 18 May 2020 21: 20
    That's right, Sergey Lavrov said - the Czech state bears responsibility for the monument to our Marshal Konev, let them not nod at some switchman ... elder!
    Something about their Prague elders completely unbelted, then the headman of Novotny (by the way, is it really a relative of Walter Novotny - the famous Hitler ace ?!) threatens Russian President Vladimir Putin and promises to hang Russian Foreign Minister S. Lavrov, then the headman Kolar is self-governing with the monument to Konev, who for the universal mess in Prague divorced пUrgomister Grzhib ??!
    After this statement by Sergey Lavrov, there is nothing left to do but to squeeze malicious Czechs to return the destroyed monument to its place! yes
  6. Dust Offline Dust
    Dust (Sergei) 18 May 2020 22: 07
    The Czechs themselves must figure out who rules over them - the city headman or the president of the country!) ... And Russia must draw a conclusion about the fate of 57 monuments in Russia from the corresponding actions of the Czech Republic. Maybe it’s better to place them in the Far North on Sobachiy Island .... How the Balts do with our monuments.
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  8. minby Offline minby
    minby 18 May 2020 23: 46
    But what about the monument to the same Czechs in Russia who killed Russians ?? You can’t give dunk yourself in shit - you need to give change right away. In this world, kindness and openness is regarded as weakness.
    1. Bitter Offline Bitter
      Bitter 19 May 2020 10: 04
      In this world, kindness and openness is regarded as weakness.

      Where and by whom?
      If Russia, out of "kindness of heart", ceases to cooperate with Belarus and stops "feeding her", then the mood of the people will be appropriate. But they will simply be given "freedom". Or, in the future, some advanced politician will give independence to Chechnya, do you think they, wishing to get any preferences from other "partners", will not change their rhetoric towards the former overlord?
      The world cannot be fooled; it worked long and scrupulously to make "someone" "kind" and "open". So it's okay.
  9. Serge Tixiy Offline Serge Tixiy
    Serge Tixiy (Serge Tixiy) 19 May 2020 07: 38
    You can’t tell about yourself better than the Czechs .........
  10. wassermine Offline wassermine
    wassermine (Dejan Baric) 19 May 2020 12: 12
    Stupid Czechs, Lavrov in his statement conveyed Putin's instructions to you. Therefore, they ceased to curry favor, got up and went to rebuild the monument, with the understanding that otherwise, you won’t get off with tomatoes, that is, beer.
  11. Mikhail Shuklin Offline Mikhail Shuklin
    Mikhail Shuklin (Mikhail Shuklin) 19 May 2020 13: 43
    Let's give "money" to the Czech Republic, it's hard times now!
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  13. Bright Offline Bright
    Bright (Bright) 19 May 2020 19: 21
    Do not demolish, but close from viewing and access to all the monuments of the Czechs until they restore the monument to Konev.