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A Polish journalist was scared by a message from a mobile phone operator on the border with Russia KXan 36 Daily News

Date: October 2, 2023 Time: 07:46:40

As the girl said, she decided to visit Narva, often called the “most Russian” city in the European Union. Once at the local viewpoint overlooking the Estonian-Russian border, the journalist expected to “feel the horror.”

“Russia was only a few meters from me,” he wrote. But instead, she “experienced great relief” at the fact that she was on Estonian soil, “on the side of the European Union.”

But he had a chance to experience “real horror” by looking at the phone. On the screen she read a message: “Welcome to Russia” from the mobile phone operator. At the same time, her partner, who once lived in Narva, reacted calmly, noting that this happens all the time at the border, and advised the journalist to turn on airplane mode.

According to Cuza-Tarkovsky, before returning to Tallinn, he went to the nearest bar, located on the banks of the river, where you can drink beer, “looking at Russia.”

“Families with children were walking calmly along the newly built boulevard and the fact that only a river separates them from Russia seemed to not interest them at all,” he said with surprise.

Hansen Taylor
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