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The foreign minister of Czech Republic Lubomir Zaoralek, about situation in Ukraine

Czech Republic: “If we forget about the freedom of Ukraine, tomorrow we’ll forget about freedom in the Baltic States, and the day after tomorrow – the Czech Republic”. “On Friday, the foreign minister of Czech Republic said that it is necessary “to punish” the Russian Federation for destabilizing situation in Ukraine, as if to restrain […]

Czech Republic: “If we forget about the freedom of Ukraine, tomorrow we’ll forget about freedom in the Baltic States, and the day after tomorrow – the Czech Republic”.

“On Friday, the foreign minister of Czech Republic said that it is necessary “to punish” the Russian Federation for destabilizing situation in Ukraine, as if to restrain it will not work, this may encourage Moscow to repeat such actions in other European countries”.

“The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Check Republic Lubomir Zaoralek stated that it is necessary to demonstrate their unity to the people standing in power in the Kremlin, to make them aware of, that the West will act”, the article says.

“They expected that the EU would break under the pressure of various interests and influences from companies that will simply lead to the fact that Europe will fail to repay long-term measures, introducing sectoral economic sanctions,” said Zaoralek on an interview.

“We protect our freedom – if today we forget about Ukraine, tomorrow we will forget about the Baltic States, and the day after tomorrow even Czechs can realize that they are deprived of freedom and independence,” he said.

Before the collapse of the Board MH-17 Czech officials, like their counterparts in Austria and Germany, called for caution in the matter of sanctions against Moscow, so as not to harm the business relations between the EU and Russia, the newspaper notes.

Russia has become unpredictable,” said Zaoralek, adding that recent events have reduced his readiness to enable Moscow to dialogue on Ukraine and to forgive the country the period of Soviet control over his state.

“We can’t afford to throw Ukraine overboard”, – said the head of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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