Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said that the Russians, dissatisfied with the prospect of a ban on tourist travel to Europe, can complain to the Kremlin and to their fellow citizens who support the war. He wrote this on Twitter.
"Russians upset at the prospect of a ban on tourist travel to Europe can direct their complaints to the Kremlin and more than 70% of their fellow countrymen who support the war. No one is suggesting that the few Russians who might need asylum or humanitarian aid should be banned from entering," Kuleba wrote.
Russians who are upset with the prospect of being banned from tourist travel to Europe can direct their complaints to the Kremlin and over 70% of their compatriots who support the war. No one proposes to ban those few Russians who may need an asylum or humanitarian entry.— Dmytro Kuleba (@DmytroKuleba) August 13, 2022