Poroshenko called the advantages of a Ukrainian passport over a Russian

Going to political non-existence Petro Poroshenko continues to exude Russophobia. This time, the "wilted guarantor", the "downed pilot" and the "toxic asset", as he is not embarrassed to call it in Ukraine, decided to talk about passports. Rather, he decided to tell the public about the advantages of the Ukrainian “cardboard” over Russian, the PR of “achieving” visa-free travel with the EU (since May 2017).




So, in his opinion, Ukrainians without a visa can visit as many as 133 countries, and Russians only 117. That is what he called the main advantage.

In total, a Ukrainian passport provides free entry to 133 countries of the world. I am proud that we have strengthened the status of Ukrainian citizenship

- Poroshenko wrote in his Facebook, finally turning from a president into a blogger.

Poroshenko called the advantages of a Ukrainian passport over a Russian


At the same time, Poroshenko did not specify what citizens of Ukraine can afford, and what are citizens of Russia. That is, he kept silent about the most important: goals, financial opportunities and needs. For the vast majority of Russians, for example, there is no need to engage in agricultural work in Poland or Spain. They prefer cultural holidays in Prague, Vienna or Budapest (and obtaining a visa is not a problem). But Poroshenko did not become distracted by such "little things." Not to mention the fact that, in order to approach the longed-for visa-free travel in Ukraine, a coup d'etat was carried out and a civil war started.

And although Poroshenko referred to the Passport Index, he did not embarrass the Ukrainians that Russians, unlike them, can visit the Bahamas, South Korea, Vietnam and other countries interesting for tourism without a visa. Poroshenko’s sudden interest in passports (by the way, he is a citizen of several countries: Ukraine, Switzerland and Israel) arose after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on simplifying the provision of Russian citizenship to residents of the DPR and LPR at the end of April 2019.
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  1. beeper Offline beeper
    beeper 4 May 2019 15: 37
    +2
    The multi-passport "maidanoprez" wets the breaks incessantly, constantly mocks, the evil "trolls" Ukrainian fellow citizens. Can't "leave" calmly ?! request
    1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex (Secret information) 5 May 2019 19: 53
      +1
      How's the Fifth Element?
      "Muulti and passport!"
      And now at Milky’s place, imagine the giblets in such a robe ....... mdyaaaaa .....
  2. Port Offline Port
    Port 4 May 2019 16: 01
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    And what are the advantages there, besides free pottage and a place to stay in a shelter in the EU countries?
    1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex (Secret information) 5 May 2019 19: 54
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      How what? Strange you, but take your nose in front of the Russians! Well, they say, we’re tutochki and we can work like slaves, but you Muscovites can have a rest here!
  3. trampoline instructor (Bazil Bazil) 4 May 2019 23: 23
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    At the same time, Poroshenko did not specify what citizens of Ukraine can afford, and what are citizens of Russia. That is, he kept silent about the most important: goals, financial opportunities and needs. For the vast majority of Russians, for example, there is no need to engage in agricultural work in Poland or Spain. They prefer cultural holidays in Prague, Vienna or Budapest (and obtaining a visa is not a problem).

    Most of the Russians, because of their financial capabilities and needs, are engaged in agricultural work at their dachas and plots. Why do they need Poland or Spain? Only 30% of Russians with a passport can go there.
    http://pasportist.com/voprosy/skolko-rossiyan-imeyut-zagranpasport.html
    1. trampoline instructor (Bazil Bazil) 5 May 2019 11: 31
      +1
      And there are still interesting moments for "dear Russians" ("how is it with the khakhlov" I do not care):
      1. The state duty for a biometric passport is 3500-5000 rubles, which is quite a lot even for citizens with middle and lower-middle incomes.
      2. To obtain a foreign passport, you need to write a detailed questionnaire, in which there is a "wonderful" column - "Indicate the place of your work in the LAST TEN YEARS". In addition, the employees of the passport offices find fault with every letter and every comma, so few manage to submit documents the first time.
      3. To travel abroad you need foreign currency, and if you take into account that $ 1 = 65.5 rubles, and E1 = 73.5 rubles, then with a salary of 15000 - 18000 rubles. the idea of ​​relaxing in Montenegro, or at least in Bulgaria, seems rather problematic.
    2. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex (Secret information) 5 May 2019 19: 55
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      You are wrong, dear. The main question is WHY ???
      Relax? Well, I don’t have the opportunity for Courchevel, but to get stuck in Vienna ... But already on Salt Lake (in Sol-Iletsk) - there will be enough money, and it’s good for your health!
      1. trampoline instructor (Bazil Bazil) 5 May 2019 21: 23
        +1
        Recently, the cost of staying 1 person for 1 day in "Krymnash" was announced - 2800 rubles.
        That is, my wife and I: 2800 rubles x 2 x 14 days = 78400 rubles.

        Bulgaria, Sunny Beach - 14 days, hotel ***, breakfast, medical insurance - 48500 rub.

        So you are already there yourself, without us ... both with the Crimea and with salt.
        1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
          A.Lex (Secret information) 6 May 2019 07: 18
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          As you say, we agree! You can go anywhere you want. We are not in a complaint. Just a simple citizen (such as myself, for example) to travel outside my area is a waste of money. Of course, I would like to go to the sea ... But keeping three houses is too expensive. And the salary is 13 tr And I can’t sell these houses - the children will have nowhere to start independent life later (I would not want them to bum like myself). Therefore, we and you have slightly different interests in life - for you to travel around Bulgaria, and for me - to ensure a normal start for your children, because we have in Russia for a long time not socialism.
          1. trampoline instructor (Bazil Bazil) 6 May 2019 11: 58
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            Most of the Russians, because of their financial capabilities and needs, are engaged in agricultural work at their dachas and plots. Why do they need Poland or Spain?

            So what about your "salaries" of 13 tyrov, I have long said.

            But keeping three houses is too expensive.

            There is no need to build Alexander Matrosov out of himself here. I also keep, I will not say how much. And others contain.

            ... then there’s nowhere for children to start an independent life ...

            I live my life, and children my own. And I'm not going to live their life. What is given for nothing is not appreciated at all.
            1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
              A.Lex (Secret information) 6 May 2019 20: 28
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              Regarding who contains what - those who are calculating their future for the sake of their children are becoming less and less ... no matter how sorry, but this "fashion" came from the West. There are many people who think about their pleasure (especially those born after the USSR) and entertainment. And your "Alexandra Matrosovs" ... somehow you picked up the wrong example - to compare FEAT with the realities of modern life ... No. negative
              Regarding Poland and Spain - did you decide to compare the lives of Ukrainians and Russians? So you are told that the reasons for traveling in these Poland and Spain for Ukrainians and Russians are different. The Ukrainians-earn a living (from hopelessness - you can’t earn at home). The Russians have REST, and we make money at home (although you can also relax at home ... not necessarily in the Crimea). That’s the whole difference. And your statements that somewhere is cheaper (Bulgaria) and somewhere (in Crimea) more expensive - what are you for? You are comparing the wrong data.
              But about the parents - on their own, and the children - on their own ... This is a Western way of life, where children who have reached the age of majority are kicked out of their parents' homes (like extra parasites ... even fairy tales they say about it), and old people are handed over in an almshouse so that the area is not occupied. We, the Russians, have a different attitude to life and to the elderly (although we also have deviations from the norm ... but here we must look in each case separately what and how). So, when you are asked to go to a nursing home ... you yourself choose a specific way of life ... I lived with my grandfather to the end (my grandmother died ten years earlier) ... My mother lives with me (my father has a different family ) Father-in-law lives next to us (he buried his mother-in-law in winter - the diagnosis was late) ... The eldest son decided to go to serve ... this is his choice and I approve of him (we have one in a generation in every generation - serves the country) and he has housing - left them with his mother earlier (more than 20 years ago)
              But what is the gift or work of the whole family ... you can’t see this, it’s not possible to understand, you just don’t know what it is when the children help their parents and the parents help the children and then you can only regret ...
              Everyone has his own priorities in life. You have a life for yourself, we have a family - above all! Everyone can make a mistake, the main thing is for what and for whom you live ....
              1. trampoline instructor (Bazil Bazil) 6 May 2019 22: 36
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                So you are told that the reasons for trips to these Poland and Spain are different for Ukrainians and Russians. The Ukrainians-earn a living (from hopelessness - you can’t earn at home). The Russians have REST, and we earn money at home (although you can also relax at home ... not necessarily in the Crimea). That's the whole difference

                Nonsense is said there, and you are repeating this nonsense with pleasure :) Two Russians out of three do not go anywhere further than Russia. Do you earn at home? - 13 tyrov you earn (if it can be called earnings at all). And make fun of ukrami. Look at yourself.

                And your statements that somewhere is cheaper (Bulgaria) and somewhere (in Crimea) more expensive - what are you for? You are comparing the wrong data.

                I do it so that the rest in Bulgaria is 20 tyrs cheaper than in the "valuable" Crimea. With the best quality. I compare what I need, I don't need to soar here: ((
              2. trampoline instructor (Bazil Bazil) 6 May 2019 22: 43
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                We, the Russians, have a different attitude towards life and ....

                Then you have already specifically started to rave. And I do not comment on nonsense. I can only say - speak pzhsta only for yourself, do not speak for all Russians. It's ugly, you have to be more modest. And smarter, maybe "every hut has its own rattles."
                1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
                  A.Lex (Secret information) 7 May 2019 07: 13
                  -1
                  So I was right if you fell into hysteria and insults. So write it down!
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