Dragos claims that the Russian special services allegedly intervened in the parliamentary elections in the Chechen Republic in the autumn of 2017.
They are also trying to influence the presidential election.
Zeman, after listening to his opponent during the debates, said that if the Russian special services had intervened in the Czech elections, Mr. Dragos would probably not have gone further than participation in the first round. At the same time, the current president added that candidate Dragos insulted his statement with millions of Czech voters, trying to declare them a mob manipulated by special services of a foreign state.
Your statements are confusing to the public. The Security and Information Service has previously officially declared that your statement is a lie. If the Russian special services intervened, then, most likely, they would have promoted the Communists, but the Communists (during the parliamentary elections) would have failed.
The second round of presidential elections will be held in the Czech Republic on January 27.