The Czechs write the address of the Ukrainian Embassy in Prague the words of support and apology, reacting thus to the scandalous statements of its President, Milos Zeman that the annexation of the Crimea “case completed” and Ukraine can count on is that “taxed”. About this in Facebook wrote to the Ambassador of Ukraine in Czech Republic Yevhen Perebiynis.

“I want to thank the dozens of Chekhov, often strangers, who today sent to the Embassy of the words of support and… an apology,” he writes.

The diplomat added that “knows millions of Czech friends in solidarity with the Ukrainians in the fight against the Russian aggressor and occupier”.

“Otherwise, it can not be in the country whose people gave the world of Vaclav Havel,” – said Perebiynis.

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On October 10, speaking at a session of the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Zeman said he believes the seizure by Russia of the Crimea “completed thing” and offered to “solve the issue” with the payment of compensation to Ukraine. Members of the Assembly who spoke after him, did not react to the words, and some have even paid him compliments.

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The Czechs are sending apologies for Zeman to the Ukrainian Embassy diplomat 11.10.2017

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