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Over half of all Russians, mainly the elderly who have no access to the Internet, regret the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
The data comes from a poll published on the eve of the 90th anniversary of the foundation of the USSR, as reported by the Russian RIA-Novosti, cited by the Bulgarian News Agency BGNES.
The survey has been conducted by the All- Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) revealed....
Greatest amount of wold-wide conflict n wars since ww2 were sparked because of the disorderly fall of the ussr, add the economy went to hell.
But yeah, it's because those old people don't have TEH INTERNETS! that is the issue here?..
Take off the rose-colored glasses when it comes to the end of the cold war.
If a group is visiting Moscow and St. Petersburg, How would you recommend they travel. By river, bus or fly from city to city? Escorted or independent?
Do you know any good travel companies who I could contact?
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Of course some, like The Jolly Cossack aka Sa-sha the Brown-nose, haven't noticed that the USSR has indeed disintegrated. Maybe one day he'll pause in his endless worship of Vlad the Beneficent long enough to notice that Russia has finally made it out of the 19th Century.... ;)
What a splendid triumph of Majority .....these guys don't allow their brain-if it exists-to interfere (sorry, Viking, really sorry).....
(1)"dear communist" from Carlos---are You OK, buddy? or-if You insist-what if to stop looking in the mirror while texting;
(2)To ask and to recommend at once, Viking? Happy New Year!
(3)Seedy...."The Jolly Cossack aka Sa-sha"---not bad, "Brown-nose"---
??? (or is it a joke from "SSeedy"?), as for the rest-this is terminally and medicine is powerless.
Finally: switch on the brain though sometimes, Majority people.
And Happy New Year!
Obviously I haven't got Your previous post, Viking, sorry. As for the
link: You may turn to a good friend of mine, the president of a tour
operator company "Svetlana-S"(Moscow, Russia), Serge Morgachev:
Happy New Year ;-)
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