Everyone hates us: ex-football player of the Russian national team spoke about Russians being humiliated in "friendly Serbia"
Former Spartak Moscow player and head coach Andrei Chernyshov complained about the fact that locals in Russia-friendly Serbia overcharge citizens from the aggressor country. The two-time champion of the Russian Federation and the winner of the Europa-90 youth championship noted that he was in such a situation himself.
Chernyshov said this in an interview with the Sport-Express. The ex-footballer of the Russian national team emphasized that tens of thousands of his compatriots have moved to Serbia since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by the Russian army, provoking an incredible rise in prices.
"Prices were great on everything in 2022, including food and real estate. 130,000 Russians have arrived there in the last year and a half. All either to Belgrade or Novi Sad. The Serbs are taking advantage of that! When you look at a rented apartment, you see 500 euros a month. I think, 'Wow! You could rent something amazing for that sum of money, but here it is a modest apartment. The owner points at me and asks the club representative who is this. They answer that they are Russians, a new coach. Serbs reply that for Russians it is 750," Chernyshov said.
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