Kremlin says Europe expulsions of diplomats ‘short-sighted transfer’
MOSCOW: The Kremlin on Tuesday known as mass expulsions of Russian diplomats by numerous European nations a “short-sighted transfer” that can solely complicate communication.
“Narrowing down alternatives for diplomatic communication in such an unprecedentedly troublesome disaster setting is a short-sighted transfer that can additional complicate our communication, which is important to discover a answer,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov advised reporters.
“And this can inevitably result in retaliatory steps,” he added.
Italy, Denmark and Sweden on Tuesday joined EU allies in expelling Russian diplomats over the conflict in Ukraine, with greater than 120 despatched packing within the final 48 hours.
On Monday, France expelled 35 Russian diplomats, and Germany introduced it had expelled a “vital quantity” of Russian envoys.
The expulsions come amid worldwide outrage over killings within the city of Bucha, close to the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, the place dozens of our bodies have been discovered over the weekend in mass graves or littering the streets.