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The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic responded to the words of the son of forced removal in the Crimea

Премьер-министр Чехии ответил на слова сына о принудительном вывозе в КрымAndrew Babish said that his son was mentally ill.

The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Andrew Babish denies the allegations of his son, that he forcibly took him to the annexed Crimea to hide amid a corruption scandal. On Tuesday, November 13.

According to Babish, the information about the kidnapping of his son is untrue.

“My son is mentally ill, he takes medicine, he needs supervision, and he lives with his mother in Switzerland,” wrote Babish in the sms comments.

Babish said that his son who was kidnapped, noting that he would leave the Czech Republic voluntarily.

“My son was never kidnapped, he voluntarily left the Czech Republic. I reject this manipulation and undue pressure from journalists to law enforcement. I’m sorry that there is organized hunting in my family began with my entering politics,” he said.

At the same time, the Czech Social democratic party does not preclude its withdrawal from the government coalition after this scandal.

Chairman of the social Democrats, interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Jan hamáček stressed the seriousness of the situation.

“We will deal with this situation. I keep contact with the Prime Minister, tomorrow will hold a meeting of the coalition. We will require clear and specific answers,” he said.

While Hamachek not rule out the possibility that his party leaves the coalition.

“I can’t exclude any steps and can’t predict what will happen with the coalition government,” he said.

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