Russia complains to US and Canada about Ukraine protests close to embassies
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Russia voiced protection considerations for diplomatic staffers hired in embassies within the United States and Canada on Monday amid protests close to the amenities over its invasion of Ukraine.
During a gathering with U.S. ambassador John Sullivan in Moscow, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov commented on demonstrations outdoor its embassy in Washington D.C., Reuters reported.
He requested Sullivan to make sure the security of staff on the facility. Ryabkov also known as in Canada‘s ambassador to Moscow over demonstrations in Ottawa and two different consulates.
Fox News has reached out to each governments and the Russian Foreign Ministry.