Russia threatening Croatia for refusing to set up flight home for expelled diplomats

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In response to the refusal of the Croatian authorities to help Russia fly its expelled diplomats home, the Russian Foreign Ministry has threatened a “worthy response.”

That’s according to the Russian foreign ministry spokesperson, Maria Zakharova, Ukrinform reports.

The official said the move is part of “belligerent Russophobia.”

“The inhumane, outrageous attitude towards our fellow citizens will not go unnoticed,” said the Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman.

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It should be recalled that in early April, Russian embassies across the world saw many of their diplomats and staff being expelled from host countries. The expulsion spree unfolded in the wake of the emerging evidence of mass killings of civilians in the city of Bucha, Kyiv region, committed by the Russian occupation authorities.


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