The Slovak Prime Minister intended to joke that he had promised Transcarpathia to get a Russian vaccine

The Slovak Prime Minister intended to joke that he had promised Transcarpathia to get a Russian vaccine

Ukraine does not take it as a good joke.

Igor Matovic (in the picture) Not only in SlovakiaBut it also sparks serious fury outside Russian vaccine By buying it or delivering it.

Based on Denník N a Factor He writes that the prime minister had a tasteless joke yesterday about Transcarpathia on Radio Express when the presenter asked him what the Russians had promised the fifth Sputnik vaccine.

She recommended them to Transcarpathia, Ukraine. However, what do you think I should have prepared for them? I didn’t promise them anything, and they didn’t want anything from me. How did we get more vaccines from Hungary? When they spat in the wheel, I continued on my way. You know, sometimes it takes character magic to do this.

Shown He meant it as a jokeOn the other hand, he seriously complained that there was a perception in Slovakia that an agreement with the Russians would automatically amount to a betrayal.

It turns out that, Ukraine has not rated Matovic The charm of his character as well as his words. The Slovak ambassador was summoned in Kiev, Dmytro Koliba The Ukrainian Foreign Minister stated that such statements would lead to a deterioration in relations between the two countries. Once the exchange takes place, Matovi will introduce to Moscow the regions of Slovakia, he said.

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