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Russia has denied allegations that it is building an ‘espionage base’ at the Irish embassy.

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The Russian Foreign Ministry has denied rumors that a spy base will be built in the territory of the Russian embassy in Ireland.

There were local Irish presses Reported That Russia was building a spy base in the area of ​​the embassy in Ireland.

“The reconstruction of the Russian diplomatic mission building complex in Ireland has not been decided for a long time, and it is necessary to improve the working conditions of our diplomatic missions,” the Russian Foreign Ministry told Sputnik.

The Russian Chancellor pointed out that “the small residential mansion where the embassy is located, built more than a century ago, can no longer guarantee the normal functioning of the diplomatic mission.”

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Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Smolenskaya-Sennaya Square in Moscow

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has stated that the documentation of the related works has been in agreement with the Irish Government for several years and that it is not a secret to anyone.

Russian diplomacy Ireland hopes to “develop relations with Russia freely and carefully according to its own priorities and not to please the former metropolis.”

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