A Polish tourist put Russians in their place in Egypt: she refused to take a selfie and called them aggressors
A Polish citizen named Emilia was outraged by the orientation of the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh toward Russian tourists. According to her, there are so many Russians that their influence is noticeable even when they arrive in Egypt.
This was reported by the Polish portal Onet. Emilia claims that in the terminal after landing, one could hear mostly Russian music, and at the exit there were signs in Russian, with which tourists were greeted by tour operators.
The tourist was outraged that when she checked into the hotel, she and a group of friends were mistaken for Russian citizens, despite having Polish passports. Before that, the Poles were given brochures with background information in the language of the aggressor country. The Pole says that this was a critical point. "I said I didn't understand these hieroglyphics and asked for an English version," she adds.
Emilia also shared that two Russians asked to take a selfie with her, but she refused. The Pole said she wanted nothing to do with the aggressors.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote about how the airport of a popular resort introduced new rules in duty free because of tourists from Russia.