The head of the Ministry of agriculture of the Czech Republic Miroslav Toman is forbidden to fly from Moscow to the capital of Tatarstan. The incident occurred on 27 November and the Czech authorities, in particular President miloš Zeman explained the advent of the report from the Czech intelligence about the aggressive activity of Russian intelligence in the country.
The Russian foreign Ministry said today that it was “speculation” and the Minister and his companions were not allowed in the plane “due to non-compliance with the Czech party of the requirements of the customs legislation of the Eurasian economic Union”.
Depodesta said that such with “Czech partners” is not the first time that previously “in the course of relevant design procedures,” they also made a “failure.”
In Kazan, the Toman was to hold talks with head of the Republic Rustam Minnikhanov.
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