The Germans come to Kaliningrad for the winter


The governor of the Kaliningrad region, Anton Alikhanov, spoke in an interview about German citizens who prefer to wait out the winter in his region. The anti-Russian sanctions imposed by the governments of the EU countries are forcing ordinary citizens to leave for the Russian Federation.


According to the official, a significant increase in the cost of utilities in Germany is forcing the Germans to choose the nearest Russian region for temporary residence. One month of payment of utility bills in conditional Düsseldorf is comparable in amount to four months of renting an apartment along with utilities in Kaliningrad. At the same time, the governor referred to a German friend who had chosen a Russian city in order to survive the winter.


Alikhanov positively assesses the seasonal migration of German citizens to the region. This will give some residents a chance to earn money by renting out housing. He also believes that it is necessary to return the opportunity for residents of neighboring European countries to receive an electronic visa for a short stay in the region.

This will both increase the income of the Kaliningrad region and give the Germans a chance to look at the real state of affairs in Russia. Tourists from Germany and other countries will be able to form the right opinion about our country without the influence of the official propaganda of the West.
  • Photos used: Press Service of the President of Russia
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  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 15 December 2022 12: 14
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    Yeah. Previously, THEY massively "relocated" Germans to the Crimea (did they meet many of them there in the summer?), then a little to Belarus for some reason, now to Kaliningrad ... without specifying the number ... without at least some certificate from customs officers ..

    referred to a familiar German ...

    And what kind of familiar Germans can the Governor have? clearly not millers.
    A single Russian German oligarch, a friend from the 90s, the stump is clear, he wants to hang out cheaply in Russia ....

    1) Kaliningrad, by the way, has no common borders with Germany ...
    2) An acquaintance described exactly the opposite situation .... a fictitious invitation to work .... as a waiter .... for the sake of the opportunity to leave over the hill ....
    1. Dan Offline Dan
      Dan (Daniel) 15 December 2022 12: 41
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      Quote: Sergey Latyshev
      Kaliningrad, by the way, has no common borders with Germany ...

      And the sea?
      1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
        Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 15 December 2022 14: 34
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        If someone is a German miller, then the sea will not help him. Working in Germany...
        And if a member of the Kaliningrad City Council is retired with a German passport....then yes! come by the sea and relax...
        1. Dan Offline Dan
          Dan (Daniel) 15 December 2022 17: 34
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          Quote: Sergey Latyshev
          If someone is a German miller, then the sea will not help him. Working in Germany...
          And if the deputy of the Kaliningrad Duma is retired with a German passport.

          Don't even breathe in the direction of the deputy from Kaliningrad. And why not compare him with a member of the Bundestag? And their router with our router? Turners once worked for me on a shift of 30 through 30. Each time, one flew from Bulgaria, then from Italy. Not to say that he was exhausted by a hard road.
  2. zloybond Offline zloybond
    zloybond (steppenwolf) 15 December 2022 22: 21
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    Kaliningrad realtors could not tell about the Germans who came to spend the winter because of high prices for housing and communal services
    In four real estate agencies that operate in Kaliningrad - "Ervin", "Etazhi", "Alfa-realty" and "Standard-assessment" - they have not recorded applications for renting apartments from German residents recently. Earlier, the governor of the Kaliningrad region, Anton Alikhanov, said that some Germans began to come to the Kaliningrad region for the winter due to high utility prices.
    -I wonder who's lying here... good
  3. Alexander Popov (Alexander Popov) 16 December 2022 14: 01
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    The Germans come to Kaliningrad for the winter

    Will they then want to leave you?