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Czech President Zeman accused of spreading misinformation

Source : 112 Ukraine

Czech President Milos Zeman talks about different versions of the investigation into the explosions in Vrbetica in 2014
17:47, 21 May 2021

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The son of one of those killed in an explosion at a weapons depot in Vrbetica in 2014 wrote an open letter to Czech President Milos Zeman. In the letter, he accuses the head of state not only of spreading false information but also of callousness, as Polskie Radio reports.

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In an open letter addressed to the president, the son of the deceased calls on Milos Zeman to stop spreading false information.

Czech President Milos Zeman says investigators are analyzing several possible versions of the event, not just the one involving Russian agents in the organization of explosions.

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In recent weeks, President Milos Zeman, speaking of other versions of events, also mentioned violations in the handling of explosives. However, members of the Czech government are still convinced that there is only one version of the investigation involving Russian agents.

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As a reminder, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Jan Hamacek decided to expel from the Czech Republic 18 Russian diplomats who are suspected of work for special services of the Russian Federation. The Russian GRU officers were charged with involvement in an ammunition explosion in the village of Vrbetice in 2014. The explosion led to numerous destructions and the deaths of two locals. Only 6.5 years later, the Czech government officially accused Russia of organizing this sabotage.

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