The results of the negotiations between Moscow and Prague will depend on the degree of readiness of recognition by the authorities of the Czech Republic the share of responsibility for the deterioration of relations with Russia, told RIA Novosti on Monday the head of the international Committee of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev.

The result of the forthcoming consultations of the Russian Federation and the Czech Republic on the normalization of relations between the two countries can become the meeting of the foreign Ministers and presidents, said in an interview with RIA Novosti the head of the international Department of the office of the President of the Republic Rudolf Jindrak, which the government was instructed to conduct consultations with the Czech side.

"to Anticipate the outcome of the consultations definitely premature. Their content will, in my opinion, to determine the degree of readiness of the Czech authorities to accept their share of responsibility for what happened," said the Senator.

According to him, Prague also must provide "a minimum of explanation, and as a maximum – to ensure that nothing like this will never happen".

Russian-Czech relations became complicated after the beginning of April the authorities of the district Prague 6 the dismantled monument to Soviet Marshal Ivan Konev. According to the initiator of the dismantling, the head of the district of ondřej Kolář, the monument will be placed in the created by the city Museum memory of the twentieth century.

The Russian foreign Ministry called these actions "outrageous and cynical". The Kremlin said that Moscow would prefer to see a monument to Konev restored to Czech or Russian soil. The RF IC opened a criminal case over the desecration of symbols of Russia’s military glory, committed publicly, the Russian investigators intend to prosecute participants of the demolition of the monument. Czech President Milos Zeman called the dismantling of the monument to stupidity, which made a slight Czech politics.

In the same month the Czech media, citing security sources, wrote that the Russian diplomat brought to Prague the poison ricin, which was allegedly intended to murder the Czech municipal politicians associated with the dismantling of the monument to Konev, the installation of a monument to Vlasov and the renaming of the square in front of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the area of a name of Boris Nemtsov. In the future, this information was not confirmed. Nevertheless, from Prague in early June, was expelled two employees of Rossotrudnichestvo, was soon followed by a retaliatory expulsion from Moscow two employees of the Czech cultural center.

The Russian authorities have repeatedly stated that some European countries are trying to rewrite history. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow is obliged to ensure the preservation of the truth about the great Patriotic war and to resist attempts to falsify its history.