Moscow threatened to seize Czech real estate in response to plans for Prague

Czech anti-Soviet Russophobes continue to actively harm relations between Prague and Moscow to please Washington. If in the spring of 2020 the authorities of the municipal district of Prague-6 of the Czech capital distinguished themselves by demolishing the monument to Marshal of the USSR Ivan Konev, now they "took a bite" in the municipality of the district of Prague-7.

The headman of the aforementioned district, Jan Chizzynski, wrote on April 19, 2021 on his Twitter account that the municipal authorities want to return the part of Stromovka Park, which is “occupied” by Moscow, which is occupied by the Russian Embassy in Prague. He provided his publication with a map of the area.

The Prague City Council called on the Czech government to negotiate the restoration of the Russian embassy square to the state that preceded the invasion of the Warsaw Pact troops in 1968. In 53 years, the occupation of the Stromovka unit by the Russian Federation should finally end

Chizzynski announced.

The Czech media clarify that it is about 0,5 hectares of land on which the municipality wants to restore green spaces. Allegedly, in 1968, servicemen of the Soviet army "arbitrarily" occupied this territory, setting up a field camp there. Later, the area of ​​the USSR embassy in Prague increased, but after the departure of Soviet troops from the Czech Republic in the early 90s, nothing changed.

Moscow reacted to another unfriendly attack from Prague. The Russian Foreign Ministry has eloquently responded to the "land plans" of the Czech Republic. The department recalled that Czech real estate is located in the center of the Russian capital. In fact, Moscow threatened Prague with mirror consequences in the form of retaliatory seizure.

If Prague, with its particularly zealous district heads, dares to resort to a different "toolkit", we remind you that the Czech side also has a lot of real estate in the Tverskaya Street area of ​​the Russian capital

- indicated in the Telegram channel of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

The department emphasized that the USSR received the mentioned territory in the 70s on the basis of an agreement with Czechoslovakia. It was noted that earlier Prague and Moscow used “mechanisms of expert consultations”, therefore, the parties have “tools for a professional and competent dialogue”.

Note that on April 17, Czech Prime Minister Andrei Babis, as well as the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Czech Republic Jan Hamacek at a joint briefing announced the about the expulsion of 18 Russian diplomats from the country. Response actions of Russians very did not like in Prague, but the Czechs stubbornly continue to aggravate the situation.
  • Photos used: Russian Foreign Ministry
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  1. Vadim Ananyin Offline Vadim Ananyin
    Vadim Ananyin (Vadim Ananyin) April 20 2021 12: 14
    In the light of recent events, it would probably be possible to seriously limit contacts in many industries with the Czech Republic.
    Somehow the Czech phantomas were violently raging, the circumcision must be carried out starting with the Diplomatic Missions.
    Well, I think so.
  2. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
    Sapsan136 (Alexander) April 20 2021 12: 29
    Apparently the Czech Republic should be put in its place and not only by the confiscation of its property in the Russian Federation, but also by a ban on the sale of the Czech car industry and weapons (hunting, etc.) in the Russian Federation.
    1. 123 Offline 123
      123 (123) April 20 2021 12: 46
      Apparently the Czech Republic should be put in its place and not only by the confiscation of its property in the Russian Federation, but also by a ban on the sale of the Czech car industry and weapons (hunting, etc.) in the Russian Federation.

      This is not enough. Many of our companies "optimize costs" by using Czech specialists. As an example, the plant named after. Degtyarev, how they use their design bureaus to develop civilian products. They say it's cheaper and less fuss, but they just sit without orders.
      The consequences should not come in the distant future, as with the Baltic transit, but in real time. Current politicians should feel all the consequences on their own skin and explain to their own citizens what they were guided by in making such decisions, and not learn about them sitting in retirement and writing memoirs.
  3. zloybond Offline zloybond
    zloybond (steppenwolf) April 20 2021 12: 33
    Judging by the "wild necessity" in relations with the Czechs ... the Czech embassy can be carried outside the Moscow Ring Road. Somewhere near balashikha ... or in the railway ... There is a train without traffic jams to Moscow ... The very place for these diplomats to be there ... again fresh air ...
  4. Ivan Nikolsky Offline Ivan Nikolsky
    Ivan Nikolsky (Ivan Nikolsky) April 20 2021 12: 36
    Throw out the fascist henchmen from Moscow ..., they supplied the Wehrmacht with rifles, machine guns, tanks throughout the war and fought on the side of the Nazis themselves, although the warriors of them were still those who fled from the first shot, so they were used as security troops and in the fight against partisan ...
    Under the USSR, they were humiliated, they were given subsidies, and they betrayed at the first opportunity, once again deserted to the side of the enemy, they had to be shot all over in '68 ... and Prague in 1945 did not need to be rushed to liberate, even if Schörner left no stone unturned from her ...
  5. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) April 20 2021 20: 32
    Czechoslovakia had (is) three buildings near the present Tverskaya: the Embassy, ​​the Trade Mission and the hotel.
    Interestingly, both under the Union and after I visited all of them on business.
    On a first come, first served basis;
    Trade mission, now there is the Embassy of Slovakia, an excellent modern functional building.
    The hotel is the same.
    The Czech Embassy - the facade is beautiful, the inside is stupid ...