4 nations bordering Russia to restrict Russian tourists


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I just can't understand why these countries don't want more Russians in them /s

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Where will the tracksuit and gold chain crowd turn now for a holiday?

I hear Mongolia is lovely this time of hear, lol.

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"I hear Mongolia is lovely this time of year, lol."

How about North Korea?

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Wonder how many already made it into the Czech Republic and started the unrest there?

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“Travel to the European Union is a privilege, not a human right”

The actual privileged nerve.

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Travel into Russia is a privilege too, but very few people want to visit. I looked to visit around 2010 and all the extra crap that was necessary freaked me out a bit. It felt like they wanted us on an expensive all-in-one tour, never out of the "handlers" control. We had to stay in govt "approved" hotels, visit govt "approved" locations. Perhaps it is different for people from nearby countries?

Millions of Russians have been leaving for a long time. Most of my ancestors left Russia a long time ago. We never integrated as Russians, but lived there for over 100 years. That made the leader unhappy, so the agreement that allowed us to retain our language, culture, schools, religion was altered. They started leaving Russia at that point.

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