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Two Russian Diplomats Leave Colombia Over Reported Espionage


Colombia has confirmed two Russian diplomats were stripped of accreditation and forced to leave the South American country, due to what local media reported was espionage. Colombia’s Foreign Ministry said December 22 that two diplomats stationed at the Russian Embassy in Bogota had engaged in activities that were “incompatible” with the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. Colombia’s head of migration Juan Francisco Espinosa said the two Russian diplomats had left on Dec. 8 and also declined to explain why. “Given the circumstances in which these two officials, these two people, left, they cannot return to the country in the short term,” Espionsa…

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