US officials lock into Russias consulate in Seattle: malicious occupation

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 US officials lock into Russias consulate in Seattle: malicious occupation


Overseas network, April 26, Russias former spy poisoning incident, the United States asked Russia to close the Russian consulate in Seattle. Russian diplomats have packed items and documents in accordance with the requirements of the United States in April 2nd, and locked the gates and took away the keys. Unexpectedly, the US State Department officials broke the door lock after they left, and entered the official residence building of the consular office for checking. Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman responded that such a behavior was a malicious occupation. Comprehensive TASS, Russian satellite communications network reported that the Russian Embassy in charge of Nicola Pucaro said that the United States guards began to patrol the embassy building around midnight, the State Council officials arrived at the building at 9:15 am at 9:15 on the morning, they destroyed the door lock into the building. Pukaroff said the Russian flag was still hanging on the flagpole of the building. Pukaroff thought this practice violated international law and American national law. He said, we saw the lights on and were watching outside. Today, we witness the violation of all diplomatic consular practices in the United States and their own laws on the protection of private property. They proved to be by breaking the door lock into our official residence. According to the diplomat, the same situation occurred after the closure of the Consulate General of Russia in San Francisco in September 2, 2017. Taking into account what happened in San Francisco, we will be concerned about what will happen in this property. According to Russian satellite network, the Russian Embassy said the US action was a crude violation of the foreign relations Convention and promised to announce the same steps. Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Zaha Lo Va said in a Facebook on 25 that it was a malicious occupation. It is a unique perspective to see how the authoritative authorities in the United States occupied the official residence of the Consulate in Seattle. According to the request of the United States, the Consulate General of Russia in Seattle stopped operation from April 2nd. Harriet Eising, a counselor of the consular post, said: lighting and heating have been cut off. Only our national flag is left, because this mansion is our property. We will close the building and take away the key. He also stressed that the withdrawal of the US State Department had been informed in advance. At the end of March, the US government asked 60 Russian diplomats to leave the United States, including 12 United Nations personnel. The United States also announced the closure of the Russian Consulate General in Seattle, ordering diplomats to leave the mansion before April 25th. The reason why the United States made such an unfriendly move was the suspicion that Russia was involved in the killing of former Sergei Skrypal and his female Yulia. Another reason for closing the consulate is that its location is close to a submarine base and Boeing factory. As a counterattack, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced the expulsion of the same number of US diplomats and the resumption of the opening and office permission of the US consulate in St Petersburg. Source: overseas web editor: Huang Zhecheng _B9302 According to the request of the United States, the Consulate General of Russia in Seattle stopped operation from April 2nd. Harriet Eising, a counselor of the consular post, said: lighting and heating have been cut off. Only our national flag is left, because this mansion is our property. We will close the building and take away the key. He also stressed that the withdrawal of the US State Department had been informed in advance. At the end of March, the US government asked 60 Russian diplomats to leave the United States, including 12 United Nations personnel. The United States also announced the closure of the Russian Consulate General in Seattle, ordering diplomats to leave the mansion before April 25th. The reason why the United States made such an unfriendly move was the suspicion that Russia was involved in the killing of former Sergei Skrypal and his female Yulia. Another reason for closing the consulate is that its location is close to a submarine base and Boeing factory. As a counterattack, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced the expulsion of the same number of US diplomats and the resumption of the opening and office permission of the US consulate in St Petersburg.