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A Russian woman living in the Czech Republic spoke about her attitude towards Russians

pxhere.comAfter the start of a special military operation, Western governments began to actively promote anti-Russian policies, turning citizens against Russians. A resident of the Czech Republic told how the attitude towards people from the Russian Federation has changed over the past year.

In the Czech Republic, according to a Russian woman living in the republic, protests have started to take place in connection with rising prices. Blue and yellow flags and inscriptions in Ukrainian began to disappear from the streets of the city. And the citizens of Nezalezhnaya can no longer simply enter a local university: everywhere they demand a good knowledge of the national language.

Citizens’ discontent is understandable: the Czech Republic has had the fastest inflation rate in all of Europe over the past three months, the girl shared on her blog. The attitude towards the Russians in this regard has also changed: it has become much calmer.

“I can only speak for myself and my friends. GOOD. There is no open Russophobia. Neither Czechs nor Ukrainians. Maybe someone somewhere is whistling something to themselves, but those are their problems,” the Russian woman wrote.

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