Russia released a list of ‘Enemy Countries’ amid tension from US-Europe
Russia released a list of ‘enemy countries’ amid tension from US-Europe
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov recently said that he would soon release the list of enemy countries. He said that for the friend countries, we have set the criteria beforehand.
Moscow: In the midst of growing tensions with the US and European countries, Russia has released the list of its enemy countries. Russia has officially put the United States and the Czech Republic on the list of enemy countries. At present, only two countries are included in this list.
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He will soon release the list of enemy countries. He said that for the friend countries, we have set the criteria beforehand.
Names of only two countries
The Russian government issued a list of enemy countries, stating that the Czech Embassy was allowed to employ a maximum of 19 Russians and that the US Embassy could not employ Russians at all.
Tension increased in US-Russia
In April, Washington announced sanctions and expulsion of 10 Russian diplomats in retaliation for the Kremlin’s intervention in the US elections, a major cyber attack and other hostile activity.
In response, Russia expelled 10 US diplomats, banned top US officials from entering the country, and banned the US embassy from appointing foreign nationals.
More tension since Biden came to power
In recent months, tensions between Russia and the West have increased on various issues, including the creation of Russian troops on the Ukraine border, interference in US elections, and other hostile activities.
Relations between Russia and the United States have deteriorated sharply following the growing pressure on the Kremlin since US President Joe Biden took office in January.