CZECH foreign minister Jakub Kulhanek has weighed in on the row between Sparta Prague and Rangers over Glen Kamara.

The government official says he will summon the British Ambassador next week to discuss the matter.

Finnish midfielder Kamara was subjected to sickening taunts from the Sparta fans during last night's 1-0 defeat for the Light Blues

In a stadium full of 10,000 schoolkids – when the game was supposed to be played behind closed doors for a separate racism charge – Kamara was jeered every time he touched the ball.

It comes after he was racially abused by Slavia Prague's Ondrej Kudela.

Kulhanek took to social media to claim that "disgusting insults of Czech children" is damaging the relationship between Britain and his country.

He added that he will summon Nick Archer on Monday to resolve the matter.

He took to Twitter to say: “Enough! Intentionally spreading disgusting insults of Czech children in the media and on the Internet do not belong in football and not in good relations between the two countries at all.

“I will summon the British ambassador on Monday and resolve the matter with him.”