30 January 2000 Poland expelled nine Russian diplomats on 21 January on the grounds that they were working as Russian spies. Moscow described the move as an unprecedented act of hostility, and in a classic tit-for-tat move reminiscent of the Cold War, proceeded to expel Polish diplomats from Russia. Unruffled by the Russian response, Polish […]

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