Thursday, April 9, 2015

Czech President to Obama presented an ultimatum

Czech President to Obama presented an ultimatum

Ilya April 9, 2015
The News



Czech President Milos Zeman after a diplomatic scandal with the United States issued an ultimatum to Barack Obama.

Zeman actually refused to accept the US Ambassador to the Czech Republic without a "really big and important an excuse." "Like any other ambassador in Prague, Ambassador Shapiro has to find a really big and important excuse to Czech President officially adopted it, tete-a-tete," - he said. However, if Obama will take the Ambassador of the Czech Republic in Washington, the Zeman is ready to make a return gesture.

Earlier, the US Ambassador to the Czech Republic Andrew Shapiro Zeman criticized for the fact that he is going to visit Moscow on May 9 and take part in the festivities on the occasion of Victory Day. Czech president firmly put him in his place and said that "not allowed to interfere with the tips of my trips abroad no ambassadors"



Czech president very tough response after the United States, demanded that he not go to
the Victory Parade in Moscow


Ilya April 5, 2015 
The News



Czech President Milos Zeman very harshly responded to the criticism of the US Ambassador Andrew Shapiro.

On the eve of Shapiro, speaking on television, Zeman subjected to criticism for his decision to go on the Victory Day parade in Moscow on May 9. Zeman said in this regard that it is not allowed to interfere in their plans after any State and noted that such behavior is not from the Ambassador of the Czech Republic in Washington.

"I can not imagine that the Czech ambassador to Washington, advised the US president, where he should go. It is not allowed to interfere with the tips of my trips abroad no ambassadors "- said Zeman.

Recall that the Russian authorities were invited to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Victory in Moscow on May 9 the leaders of several countries. Czech president confirmed his participation in the festivities at the end of March.

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