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In Prague, a Russian man argued with Ukrainians, claiming that his people are not to blame for anything, but he could only resort to insults

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In Prague, a Russian proved to Ukrainians that his people are not to blame for anything

Nina Karnauch, a renowned American professor of Ukrainian origin who promotes our country, encountered a controversial Russian individual while filming one of her YouTube projects in Prague, Czech Republic. He attempted to argue that ordinary Russian citizens are blameless and should not be held accountable for the actions of the authorities. Despite uttering the slogan "Glory to Ukraine!" and expressing support for Ukrainians to resist the invader, he still managed to offend the Ukrainian people.

The citizen of the rogue state asserted that Ukrainians "live in more poverty than Russians," yet they are luckier because they elected their own president. Nina Karnaukh recounted her unpleasant encounter on the streets of Prague on her Instagram.

"Yesterday, while filming the reactions of foreigners to Ukrainian songs in Prague, a Russian man began observing us. Subsequently, after the foreigners departed, he initiated a conversation with us, expressing how unhappy Russians were, unable to voice dissent with the regime and having to flee the country. Furthermore, he had the audacity to claim to our faces that Ukrainians are poorer than Russians. Not only are they interfering in Ukraine, but they are also intruding upon Ukrainians abroad with their arrogance and self-pity," the Ukrainian woman remarked on the interaction.

In Prague, a Russian man argued with Ukrainians, claiming that his people are not to blame for anything, but he could only resort to insults

In the video she shared on Instagram stories, you can hear the Russian individual's pitiful remarks.

"Glory to Ukraine! I hope your people will resist the invaders, because defending one's home is right. I've been saying for a long time that Ukrainians, though they live, unfortunately, poorer than Russians... But they are much more patriotic towards their country than Russians. You truly elected your president, even though he didn't achieve everything immediately, as hoped", the man said, attempting to express his disagreement with the full-scale war.

In Prague, a Russian man argued with Ukrainians, claiming that his people are not to blame for anything, but he could only resort to insults

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