The Russian ambassador temporarily left the country after ignoring the invitation of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Russian Ambassador to Poland Serhiy Andreev left the country for nine days on March 26 – the day after he refused to come to the Polish Foreign Ministry over the Russian missile incident.

This information was obtained by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, according to “Evropeyska Pravda”.

The Foreign Policy Institute noted that the Russian Embassy in a technical note informed of Andreev's absence from Poland from March 26 to April 4. During this time, his duties will be performed by a temporary attorney.

The head of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Radoslaw Sikorski, also commented on the Russian ambassador's press visit. “Ambassador Andreev himself gave evidence of his culture and professionalism. From what I heard, he has already left our territory,” he said.

The ambassador of the Russian Federation in Poland staged a protest during the commemoration of the Soviet general.

Sikorsky clarified that the Russian ambassador was not expelled and that he himself had not resigned.

On Monday, Ambassador of the Russian Federation Sergey Andreev Didn't come to the meeting He was to be served with a protest note at the Polish Foreign Ministry over the violation of Polish airspace by a Russian missile.

At the time, the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs asked if Andreev could “properly represent the interests of the Russian Federation in Warsaw.”

This is not the first time that the Russian ambassador in Warsaw has been involved in the incidents. In May 2022, during a memorial ceremony at a Soviet military cemetery, his “Fascists!” He poured artificial blood under the cry of.

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