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  2. #7121

    Russia ABC

    Russia is still accessible by Turkey, Emirates, Serbian Air, Chinese. Visa is, of course, YMMV.

    My problem or, rather, the non proverbial friend, is to get money out, not in to Russia. Though I have Chinese and Middle Eastern links to do that (with great trouble and huge commissions), does anyone know of a way to pass it to one of those countries before moving it on / collecting it.

    This is for someone else, not for me, a family who needs the money.

    On Paysend, for example, Russia is only linked to China and two minnows who depend on Russian remittances. I am surprised Serbia, Turkey etc are not on that drop down menu.

  3. #7120

    Shelves

    I didn't understand what was the hype with sugar. I saw on western tv people hamster buying package of sugar last week (the same craze like the toilet paper under Covid lockdown). I think the last time I bough a package of sugar, hmm 2 or 3 years ago. Because my ex at that time wanted to bake me a cake. But she didn't use all the package. After that I moved to a new flat, where there was a full package of, well, sugar. If you use Russian Airbnb or similar services there are always some stuff the flats already have when you arrive: tea, sugar, salt. If you are lucky some old Nescafé from the previous guest. And it is still there in the kitchen standing tall. I hardly touch that, only when sometimes a guest or GF wants sugar to her coffee. My coffee or tea always without sugar. Other than I don't remember if I ever used that poison. Going back to the western narrative of empty shelf: This week the things calmed down (or it was a hoax right from the beginning). The sugar corner in the supermarket is calm again, like it used to be. Only some pensionerka babushka buying it. Shelves are full with sugar packages of different brands (local brands thou), no 'defitsit' like the Russians call it.

    About leaving the country, nah, how can I leave these sexy gems here, specially now in time of need. It's like when Biden asked India to join the sanctions craze. Modi said, "What kind of friend would let the other friend down when that friend is in difficulties? We don't".

    Biolabs, hmm I don't know if it's true, we will see. NY Post thinks it's true (https://nypost.com/2022/03/26/hunter...raine-e-mails/). For the sake of all Western mongers in Russia I pray that it's Not true. Anyway the feds after already analyzing the "laptop from hell" not in connection with biological weapons, but in connection with tax fraud etc. Against Joe Biden himself (aka Big Guy) and his son. Hunter will be indicted soon (at least according to fox news).

    Have a nice week guys!

  4. #7119

    About to colllapse in ruins

    Must be dismal in Moscow with the economy about to collapse in ruins, dunno how you would change money or get a meal, with shelves empty ans that's before you get there overland;;aircraft have no insurance or cert o airworthyness so you risk your life flying by Russian planes.

  5. #7118
    Quote Originally Posted by AlanXL  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone know if you can enter Russia from the Latvian border without having problems regarding covid? I'm asking because as far as I know you can only enter by air but because of the special operation in Ukraine finding a flight directly from London is impossible.
    This webpage should help.

    https://tourism.gov.ru/en/contents/t...russia-in-2021

  6. #7117
    Quote Originally Posted by Penetrador  [View Original Post]
    Perhaps you have been watching too much CNN and MSNBC.
    Please provide evidence of US sponsored bio labs in Ukraine. There is none.

  7. #7116
    Quote Originally Posted by Neurosynth  [View Original Post]
    Perhaps you've lived there too long. This is a Russian lie. This is Russian disinformation. This is Russian trash.
    Perhaps you have been watching too much CNN and MSNBC.

  8. #7115
    Quote Originally Posted by SanGaetano  [View Original Post]
    The fact that the president's son (also a monger like us BTW) was 'allegedly' involved in financing biolabs in Ukraine, which could be used to produce bio weapons doesn't give the US a good name at the moment.
    Better leave Russia before Hunter releases the bioweapons.

  9. #7114
    Quote Originally Posted by SanGaetano  [View Original Post]
    …The fact that the president's son (also a monger like us BTW) was 'allegedly' involved in financing biolabs in Ukraine, which could be used to produce bio weapons doesn't give the US a good name at the moment.
    Perhaps you've lived there too long. This is a Russian lie. This is Russian disinformation. This is Russian trash.

  10. #7113
    Quote Originally Posted by AlanXL  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone know if you can enter Russia from the Latvian border without having problems regarding covid? I'm asking because as far as I know you can only enter by air but because of the special operation in Ukraine finding a flight directly from London is impossible.
    I can't answer your question, but I think due to the current situation with Ukraine, Covid seems to one least problem at the moment.

    Just my two cents.

  11. #7112

    Entry to Russia

    Does anyone know if you can enter Russia from the Latvian border without having problems regarding covid? I'm asking because as far as I know you can only enter by air but because of the special operation in Ukraine finding a flight directly from London is impossible.

  12. #7111

    Friendly country and unfriendly country

    I live in Moscow for now. I'm not American, but I look quite foreigner / Western.

    There are different opinions. I asked a WG recently about her opinion about the current military operation (don't use the term "war" if you are in Russia, it can bring you legal problems), she said that she has relatives in Donbass. These have been terrorized by the Neonazis of the Azov Regiment for almost 8 tears, so she is 100% pro Z.

    Last summer the New York Yankees caps were Very Popular in Russia. Trendy. Last week was sunny, so I went to a grocery store with the cap. The cashier looked at my cap and then noticed my accent (it was a issue with card), then she behaved unfriendly. I didn't understand why. Some days later I went to the same grocery store. This time wearing no cap, 100% she didn't remember me, when she asked for "Paket nuzhno" I just nicked. No sound from my mouth, her behavior was much better. If it's connected to the current political situation I don't know.

    The US Embassy posted this waring:

    "Do not travel to Russia due to the unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine by Russian military forces, the potential for harassment against USA Citizens by Russian government security officials, the singling out of USA Citizens in Russia by Russian government security officials including for detention, the arbitrary enforcement of local law, limited flights into and out of Russia, the Embassy's limited ability to assist USA Citizens in Russia, COVID-19 and related entry restrictions, and terrorism. USA Citizens residing or traveling in Russia should depart Russia immediately."

    https://ru.usembassy.gov/travel-advi...moscow-russia/

    The fact that the president's son (also a monger like us BTW) was 'allegedly' involved in financing biolabs in Ukraine, which could be used to produce bio weapons doesn't give the US a good name at the moment.

  13. #7110
    Quote Originally Posted by DramaFree11  [View Original Post]
    I love Moscow, it was my favorite city in the world, but it is just not a good idea at the moment. Let things calm down then go.
    Things have calmed down if you really look at it.

  14. #7109
    Quote Originally Posted by HarryDubois  [View Original Post]
    I'm living in Israel with dual Israeli / US citizenship. I think Israel may not be included as unfriendly, although, weirdly, we are banned at this time due to COVID. There are currently flights from Tel Aviv to Moscow via Istanbul with Turkish Airlines for normal prices.

    I'd like to travel as soon as possible. Perhaps I can take advantage of the weak ruble. How are Muscovites treating Westerners especially Americans? As I understand it, before the war, there was a generally positive attitude.
    I love Moscow, it was my favorite city in the world, but it is just not a good idea at the moment. Let things calm down then go.

  15. #7108
    Quote Originally Posted by VinDici  [View Original Post]
    Looks like this will be an academic discussion, Lavrov is saying that Putin will close access to "unfriendly" countries.
    I'm living in Israel with dual Israeli / US citizenship. I think Israel may not be included as unfriendly, although, weirdly, we are banned at this time due to COVID. There are currently flights from Tel Aviv to Moscow via Istanbul with Turkish Airlines for normal prices.

    I'd like to travel as soon as possible. Perhaps I can take advantage of the weak ruble. How are Muscovites treating Westerners especially Americans? As I understand it, before the war, there was a generally positive attitude.

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