Russians do not communicate with each other: a tourist from Russia shared strange observations after a trip to Europe
For some reason, Russians who have not found a place to travel in their country, "where everything is," continue to seek adventure abroad. They need a loophole to avoid being held accountable for the actions of their country, and then wonder why foreigners do not want to welcome them with open arms. And even Russian speakers, who have always found a common language with each other, do not want to show their faces, keeping communication to a minimum.
A travel blogger from Russia noticed a strange trend in communication between Russian speakers during her two-week trip to Europe. She claims that now people are not open to conversation. This was reported by Lenta.ru. The girl visited Turkey, Spain, Andorra, Portugal, and Finland.
She shared her observation that Russian speakers cut off communication without trying to continue the conversation. "If you've met someone abroad who speaks Russian before, you just say: "Where are you from?", you would communicate somehow, share your impressions... Nowadays, such dialogues are minimized, they are practically non-existent," the traveler explained.
As for foreigners, according to the blogger, locals immediately recall the word "vodka".
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about how Russians pretending to be Ukrainians travel the world without foreigners being judged.