The Russian government has finally decided on the countries that are unfriendly to Russia and published a list on the official portal of legal information indicating these same countries. To date, it includes only two states.
So, the government has identified the countries of the United States and the Czech Republic as unfriendly to Russia, as previously assumed. The document says that these two states committed unfriendly actions against both Russia itself and its citizens and companies. With regard to the United States, it was immediately clear that this was the first candidate on the list, but the Czech Republic got into it because of its latest actions. It is possible that if Prague had not started the scandal with the warehouses in Vrbetica, then the Americans would have been "bored" on this list alone.
It is specified that "appropriate measures" will be applied against the United States and the Czech Republic, according to the decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin, signed in April this year: "On the application of measures of influence (counteraction) against unfriendly actions of foreign states."
The same document defines a quota for the hiring of Russian citizens or citizens of third countries for the diplomatic missions of the United States and the Czech Republic. If for the Americans this quota is zero and they are generally prohibited from hiring foreign citizens, then for the Czechs the Russian government made a relaxation, allowing them to hire 19 people.
Whether this list will be expanded has not yet been announced, but there are quite a few candidates for countries unfriendly to Russia, all the Baltic republics, Poland and Ukraine, and half of Europe could be included there.