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Commenting article: Tourism Minister Expects 1.5 Million Russians to Visit Bulgaria in 2016

Bulgaria has the capacity to welcome one and a half million Russian tourists next summer.

This was stated by Bulgarian Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova in an interview for private NOVA TV on Sunday.

Angelkova’s words were based on a statement of the executive chairman of the Ural Association of Tourism Mikhail Maltsev.

Rurik - 2 Dec 2015 // 16:35:50

"uneducated Russian peasants" makes a powerful impression ;) .....

.....btw, one of those uneducated fellows will be poor me, in a padded jacket and valenki,
with a predatory smile and a bottle of vodka in the bosom and with one or, better, two bears on a chain ;)
And as for the charming "We are not any more the colony of theirs": to find salvation under another ruling ass is not to achieve Freedom.

Tania Oz - 2 Dec 2015 // 01:29:30

Shhhhh, hush your mouth Ms. Angelkova! Be careful what you wish for. Don't encourage the Russians. Let them holiday and create havoc with their rude, uncouth and arrogant behaviour elsewhere. We are no longer a colony of theirs.

Chushki - 29 Nov 2015 // 13:56:19

Thats the downside of Turkey downing that Russki jet - millions of uneducated Russian peasants descending on the Black Sea next summer. Gypsy scum like Seedy must be in raptures at the thought of the arrival of all these fellow travellers.

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