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Calls to ban Russians from West are Nazi-like – Kremlin — Analysis

Russians could be denied visas from the European Union for tourist purposes. “don’t smell too good”Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov stated Tuesday that they will not be able to succeed.

According to President Vladimir Putin’s spokesperson, this type of strategy is a reminder of him. “the statements that were coming from the heart of Europe some 80 years ago.”

Peskov answered a call by Kaja Kallas (Estonian leader), to remove all Russians from the Schengen Zone.

He also pointed out the states that have already been considered are those which he said were not eligible. “unfriendly”Moscow is making these suggestions. “Many countries just lose their sense of reality in their unfriendliness,”He stated.

Tallinn, Helsinki, and others made these statements in response to a demand by Vladimir Zelensky (Ukraine President) for Russian citizens to stop traveling to the West for at minimum one year. Russians are advised to “live in their own world until they change their philosophy,”Zelensky spoke to the Washington Post Monday.

A Kremlin spokesperson however expressed hope. “common sense will prevail and those who made such claims will come round.”




Tallinn and Helsinki made the statements following a request by Vladimir Zelensky, Ukrainian President of Ukraine for Russian citizens not to travel to Europe for at most one year. Russians are advised to “live in their own world until they change their philosophy,”Zelensky spoke to the Washington Post Monday. 

According to the Ukrainian leader, it is acceptable for a nation to be held responsible for its decisions. He suggested that Russian citizens living in Europe or the USA should be expelled.  

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Dmitry Medvedev (former Russian president) expressed the same view in an earlier interview where he addressed Zelensky’s assertions.

“Adolf Hitler tried to implement such ideas about an entire people,” said Medvedev, who is now the deputy chair of Russia’s Security Council. “Any more questions about the nature of the Ukrainian authorities?”

He was referring to Nazi Germany’s extermination of supposedly undesirable groups of people, including Jews, Roma, disabled individuals and communists, in the first half of the 20th century.

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