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After Russia booted out three EU diplomats, Moscow’s man in Brussels say it’s ‘hard to imagine’ his workers attending protests overseas

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After three diplomats have been kicked out of Russia for collaborating in rallies in assist of opposition determine Alexey Navalny, Moscow’s consultant to the EU believes it’s unimaginable that Russian officers would do the identical.

Last week, the Russian Foreign Ministry declared diplomats from Sweden, Poland, and Germany personae non gratae after allegedly collaborating in unauthorized demonstrations supporting Navalny on January 23. Speaking to the press on Thursday, Vladimir Chizhov famous that the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations permits diplomats to watch however not take part.

“I find it difficult to even imagine a situation in which any of my staff would have participated in such a rally, even as an observer,” Chizhov stated, answering a query as as to whether Russian diplomats may theoretically have been current on the unsanctioned protests in Brussels.

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“It is one thing to analyze and monitor the situation in the host country, and another thing to participate,” he stated. “The three European diplomats in Moscow and St. Petersburg who were declared persona non grata did exactly that.”

On Sunday, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova known as the expulsions “regrettable,” however famous that Moscow had no selection, calling them “forced” measures.

In a tit-for-tat response, Sweden, Poland, and Germany every kicked out a Russian diplomat.

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