Russia has dismissed a claim by Czech Defense Minister Martin Stropnický that Moscow is likely helping to finance the transport of refugees to the European Union, the ctk news agency reported. Stropnický said in an interview for Saturday’s Mladá fronta Dnes daily that at a meeting of NATO defense ministers in Brussels he had heard from his Hungarian counterpart that the buses transporting refugees from the Balkans to Western Europe were financed by Russia. He said that while he had no proof, he had no reason to question the information. The Czech defense minister also suggested that the Russian Federation has an interest in undermining the European Union. The Kremlin dismissed his words, saying the claim was untrue and ungrounded. The Hungarian Defense Ministry has also denied having received information of this kind.
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