Russia’s crisis is exacerbated with the Czech and Bulgarian countries


Another country was involved in the espionage crisis between the Czechs and Russia.

Bulgaria announced that 6 Russian citizens are in a “suspicious situation” regarding explosions in factories and military warehouses in the country between 2011 and 2020.

After the Czech Republic, Bulgaria has also indicated “Russian agents” about some bombings in the past.

He found 6 Russian citizens suspected of some bombings in weapons depots and factories in Bulgaria between 2011 and 2020.

The Bulgarian Prosecutor’s Office also announced that some of the aforementioned blasts are similar.


Weapons are exported to Ukraine

It was confirmed that there were weapons planned for export to Ukraine and Georgia in some of the arsenals where the explosion occurred.

He also declared that six Russians were in Bulgaria at that time “suspects”.

Russia: We will not leave the accusations of two countries unanswered

The Czech government recently decided to deport 18 Russian diplomats on the grounds that they were linked to the 2014 bombing.

Russia had announced that it would expel twenty diplomats from the Czech Republic in response.

A new statement came from Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

He said that the Czech Republic and Bulgaria will not leave their unfounded and provocative accusations unanswered.