Kazakhstan urged to declare the Ambassador of Ukraine persona non grata

The building of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Astana

NUR-SULTAN, 23 Aug – RIA Novosti. Association of Russian, Slavic and Cossack organizations of Kazakhstan (ARSK) urged the foreign Ministry to declare the Ambassador of Ukraine in Nur-Sultan Peter Wroblewski persona non grata because of his statements about the Russian.

In social media was previously published a video in which a man, according to preliminary data, the Ambassador of Ukraine in Kazakhstan, Peter Wroblewski said that the Ukrainian regime is trying to kill as many Russians as possible.

“Such statements are not compatible with the status of Ambassador and diplomatic ethics. Such demarches disturb the peace and harmony in our country, where living in peace and friendship of more than 120 ethnic groups, including Russian and Ukrainian. In this regard, the ARSK requires the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan to announce the Ambassador of Ukraine Wroblewski persona non grata” – said in a statement published on the website of the Association of Vladimir Bozhko in Facebook*.

The Association also asked the Kazakh Prosecutor’s office “to verify the fact of distribution of this material, a statement of the Ambassador of Ukraine in social networks and in accordance with the law to prosecute those involved in its production and publication.”

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