They noted that they pointed out to the Czech side “the inadmissibility of such arbitrariness.” The Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasized that they strive to protect their interests by legal means. At the same time, they did not rule out possible retaliatory steps regarding Czech assets in Russia. We are talking, among other things, about the “Czech House” in Moscow.
In November in the Czech government approved freezing of Russian state property. They approved the inclusion of the Russian Federal State Unitary Enterprise Goszagranobstvo, which manages Russian real estate in a European country, on the national sanctions list.
Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala later statedthat Russia will not be able to dispose of the real estate it owns in the country.