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Czech President Zeman Rejects Intelligence Assessment Russia Involved in 2014 Explosions

Czech President Zeman Rejects Intelligence Assessment Russia Involved in 2014 Explosions
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Czech politics in crisis over 2014 ammo depot explosions as President Zeman refuses to accept intelligence reports blaming Russia

Czech politics in crisis over 2014 ammo depot explosions as President Zeman refuses to accept intelligence reports blaming Russia

The Czech Republic’s internal spat over the 2014 ammunition depot explosions shows no signs of calming down, with President Milos Zeman refusing to accept Prague’s security service’s conclusions that Russia is to blame. The dispute has now become so intense that both the country’s Prime Minister Andrej Babis and Minister of Justice Marie Benesova have gone on the attack against Zeman.

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Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
May 20, 2021
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‘Intelligence’ Assessment? Right! The fabricated BS spoon feded to the Czechs [the same they did in Berlin] by the notorious russophobe UK Deep-State serial gaslighter BS’er who as well fabricated the Skripal + Navalny Hoaxes + Infor-War/Propaganda Stunts.

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Richard
Richard
May 21, 2021

There was an excellent analysis of the situation surrounding the above statement by Czech president Zeman and its subsequent sharp rebuttal by his own prime minister Babish, published by Russian web journal Взгляд under the title

“Czech Authorities Play The ‘Two Policemen’ Game With Russia”,

https://vz.ru/politics/2021/5/18/1099619.html (you may use https://www.deepl.com/translator ).

The article attempts to explain the seeming paradox of the public conflict between these two Czech politicians, who in reality are very close allies and friends, as a well calculated public show in the familiar style “good cop – bad cop”.

Robert
Robert
May 21, 2021

There was an excellent analysis of the situation surrounding the above statement by Czech president Zeman and its subsequent sharp rebuttal by his own prime minister Babish, published by Russian web journal Взгляд under the title

“Czech Authorities Play The “Two Policemen” Game With Russia”,

vz[dot]ru/politics/2021/5/18/1099619[dot]html

The article attempts to explain the seeming paradox of the public conflict between these two Czech politicians, who in reality are very close allies and friends, as a well calculated public show in the familiar style “good cop – bad cop”.

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