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Topic: Re: whether Safely to travel across Ukraine with the passport of the Russian Federation?

Those> Kiev, Lvov, Odessa, here is all (i.e. not to visit disputable territories). Or spiteful nazis trace  the Russian? Last year was: Lutsk, Exactly, Kiev, Borispol. Flied therefrom to Egypt. Showed a middle finger when blunted at a crossroads and created a jam. Any warranties, certainly, I do not give.

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Re: Re: whether Safely to travel across Ukraine with the passport of the Russian Federation?

Hello, Tyomchik, you wrote: Those> Kiev, Lvov, Odessa, here is all (i.e. not to visit disputable territories). Or spiteful nazis trace  the Russian? Looking at a subject, thought about RussianFellow, and - is not present:-D

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Re: Re: whether Safely to travel across Ukraine with the passport of the Russian Federation?

Hello, Tyomchik, you wrote: Those> Kiev, Lvov, Odessa, here is all (i.e. not to visit disputable territories). Or spiteful nazis trace  the Russian? It seems to one me nonsense to go to Ukraine now? If to go to wild places - that is possible in Somalia there, differently .

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Hello, Nik, you wrote: N> it seems to One me nonsense to go to Ukraine now? If to go to wild places - that is possible in Somalia there, differently . By the way, ridiculously, but I have acquaintances who went recently to Syria tourists. Simply bought tickets and went - to bathe and sunbathe. The counter that though war envelops 3/4 territories, however the most part of the most cultural population lives on remained western 1/4 of part which always was under Asadom. And there in general it is quiet enough. The population certainly strongly became impoverished.

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Re: Re: whether Safely to travel across Ukraine with the passport of the Russian Federation?

Hello, Tyomchik, you wrote: Those> Kiev, Lvov, Odessa, here is all (i.e. not to visit disputable territories). Or spiteful nazis trace  the Russian? To the first question "whose Crimea" and so, them  even Byelorussians gop-stopit do not shun on boundary if at you a wheelbarrow good and gold with  it was lit

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Re: Re: whether Safely to travel across Ukraine with the passport of the Russian Federation?

Hello, Tyomchik, you wrote: Those> Kiev, Lvov, Odessa, here is all (i.e. not to visit disputable territories). Or spiteful nazis trace  the Russian? I would not risk. Suddenly tell that next  caught and then Poroshenko with your passport will go on  and to all to show that they here  are. And you will be  in a cell without a vote, then in  on an exchange you will go. Itself I am afraid to go to Crimea. Us here well intimidated. Generally hardly this than that threatens, but it would not be desirable to risk once again.

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Hello, Tyomchik, you wrote: Those> Kiev, Lvov, Odessa, here is all (i.e. not to visit disputable territories). The main thing, to Carpathians do not go - there was no us still a bonus sprinter. Those> Or spiteful nazis trace  the Russian? , for certain at you already Australian accent.

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Hello, Tyomchik, you wrote: Those> Kiev, Lvov, Odessa... The Subject what for to you voluntary anal penalties? You only the will write... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjWVMwfFYnU

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Hello, Nik, you wrote: N> it seems to One me nonsense to go to Ukraine now? If to go to wild places - that is possible in Somalia there, differently . To Ukraine since 2013 under 3913 to go it is life-threatening. Natives can catch and is banal to eat... Whether Anybody this video saw that? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjWVMwfFYnU

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Hello, Shmj, you wrote: S>... Us here well intimidated... , tell to me the address I to you devout   for entertainments I will send.

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Hello, Shmj, you wrote: S> Itself I am afraid to go to Crimea. Us here well intimidated. Generally hardly this than that threatens, but it would not be desirable to risk once again. So  not directly, and through other boundary from the Russian Federation.

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Hello, Tyomchik, you wrote: Those> Kiev, Lvov, Odessa, here is all (i.e. not to visit disputable territories). Or spiteful nazis trace  the Russian? Last October was. Chernigov 3 days, Kiev 4 days, Lvov 5 days. The passport asked on boundary and in hotels. Any problems. Yandex , and a jandeks-taxi works. In Russian all understand, but answer not everywhere in Russian. Personally to me  did not come across.

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Hello, Nik, you wrote: N> it seems to One me nonsense to go to Ukraine now? If to go to wild places - that is possible in Somalia there, differently . Lvov - rather atmospheric place. And cheap. Strangely enough, there it is a lot of Muscovites .

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Hello, Tyomchik, you wrote: Those> Kiev, Lvov, Odessa, here is all (i.e. not to visit disputable territories). Or spiteful nazis trace  the Russian? Kiev, Odessa should be norms since tourist a place, I and to 2014 did not go to Lvov, very much do not love there Russian.

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Re: Re: whether Safely to travel across Ukraine with the passport of the Russian Federation?

Hello, sambl74, you wrote: S> Looking at a subject, thought about RussianFellow, S> and - is not present:-D to me it seems, we uncovered Artemku

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Re: Re: whether Safely to travel across Ukraine with the passport of the Russian Federation?

Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> Lvov - rather atmospheric place. And cheap. Only the dirty

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Re: Re: whether Safely to travel across Ukraine with the passport of the Russian Federation?

Hello, Los Chtostrjaslos, you wrote: M>> Lvov - rather atmospheric place. And cheap. > only dirty Well is dirtier than Paris. And is purer than Rome.

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Re: Re: whether Safely to travel across Ukraine with the passport of the Russian Federation?

Hello, marcopolo, you wrote: M> Well is dirtier than Paris. Both Warsaw, and Krakow, and even provincial Lublin M> And is purer than Rome.  it

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Hello,    ija - , you wrote: > and so, them  even Byelorussians gop-stopit do not shun...  also there is a Byelorussian.

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Re: Re: whether Safely to travel across Ukraine with the passport of the Russian Federation?

Hello, Kernan, you wrote: K> Kiev, Odessa should be norms since tourist a place, I and to 2014 did not go to Lvov, very much do not love there Russian. On the contrary, in Lvov audience less aggressive. And so yes, Ukraine  a hell on the earth... In senses there nobody goes.

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> to the first question "whose Crimea" On this case it is necessary near at hand a calendar card with the image of Crimea and to give questioning, answering - now yours...

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Even it became curious, what for the Australian with the passport of the Russian Federation gathered for Ukraine? Prostitution accessible, including a nursery can? The country that poor...

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Hello, Bjorn Skalpe, you wrote: >> to the first question "whose Crimea" BS> On this case it is necessary near at hand a calendar card with the image of Crimea and to give questioning, answering - now yours... And if you will tell, do not give Gods of the Olympus, the Ancient Greece...