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Life in Moscow has turned 180 degrees and planes are taking off from Sochi. How do sanctions affect Russia?

Moscow has always been the architectural, cultural and political pride of Russia and also served as a bridge between Russia and the West. However, that changed with President Vladimir Putin’s decision to attack neighboring Ukraine.

The fast food chain McDonald’s announced in May that it would withdraw from Russia in connection with the war sanctions. However, the Russians did not lose the burgers, they were replaced by a home replacement.

It’s called a little threatening: Tasty and dot. However, the ad promises unrealistically sandwiched “blown” photos in Photoshop. This is also the impact of anti-Russian sanctions …

Moscow as a symbol and a bridge

Moscow has always been the architectural, cultural and political pride of Russia. She used to be a sign of luxury; who lived in Moscow, was by Russian standards.

However, it has also always acted as a link between Russia and the Western world. However, that changed with President Vladimir Putin’s decision to attack neighboring Ukraine.

“Life has turned 180 degrees here. The department stores are reminiscent of the time when the covida pandemic was at its peak. However, the current feelings of missing out on the interpretations of the worn-out shops of Western brands are reminiscent of much more despair, ”describes Anastasia, 31, who lives in Moscow. She would like to move out of Russia herself, but she will not leave her sick mother.

At the same time, some Russians still blindly trust their president and willingly give up the standard of living. Although they do not read the view of the “other party” from their own media, they are not at least suspicious that half of the world is turning away from their country.

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