Russians Banned From Buying Property in the EU

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  1. эти санкции неэффективны в противостоянии России и Украины, но они были подготовлены задолго до этого события, почему правители Евросоюза такие тупые не продумали ничего 😂

  2. History has proven time and time again that sanctions do not work. Especially a country like Russia , that is used to sanctions and has enough other countries to do business with. Russia will come out of this stronger than ever. Mark my words..

  3. Hahaha…why would Russians or anyone want to buy property in the EU at this time? The Chinese will not do it. The EU is going into a recession anyway. And the EU politicians are showing that they are just like elensky, ie. they will work with the Nazis if they need to.

  4. As a Russian I won't absolutely buy a property in EU. I'm just not going to buy it. Why? To pay much higher property taxes than here in Russia? Or to pay astronomical bill for gas and electricity? I have a private house of 300 sq. meters and I pay about 3500-4000 rubles monthly for gas in the coldest months of winter. It's about 50-60 USD. And the same amount goes for electricity. Now imagine how much would I pay in EU 😉

  5. The verb of the year: Ban. EU ban Russia, Russian bans E.U. Everyday I hear the same thing. One year ago was the fricken virus, 24/7. This is sickening.

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