Outlawed: how Europe gets rid of the “Russian world”

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Outlawed: how Europe gets rid of the “Russian world”
Outlawed: how Europe gets rid of the “Russian world”
6 April, 12:11SocietyPhoto: Соцсети
The life of Russians in European countries is becoming more difficult and dangerous.

Citizens of Russia are increasingly faced with troubles and harassment in European countries. Moreover, not only tourists are being attacked. Foreign media report, for example, that if in the first weeks after the start of the special operation, the leadership of German schools tried even more to contain attacks on students from Russia, now no one hides their dislike for them.

In restaurants and pubs in England, cases of attacks on Russian customers have become more frequent, and Russian truckers are increasingly being denied refueling in Italy. Moreover, European transport companies are terminating contracts with immigrants from Russia.

However, the most egregious case occurred in one of the Hilton hotels in Poland, whose administration published a video of two security guards evicting a Russian woman from her room for expressing her opinion about the Russian special operation. The hotel workers claim that now no one will shelter their former guest in Poland. Moreover, the Airbnb hotel and apartment booking service has blocked its Russian customers. Novye Izvestia does not publish this story because it contains profanity.

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