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As Western nations proceed to criticize Russian involvement within the poisoning of a former double agent, Russia is launching a marketing campaign to get its residents learning in “unfriendly” nations to return.

As the Moscow Times and Radio Free Europe have reported, the brand new marketing campaign is being run by Rossotrudnichestvo, the Russian company tasked with selling the nation’s picture overseas, and is being branded as a response to the statements made by worldwide leaders that Russia is “highly likely” to be answerable for using a nerve agent on Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia.

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A British police officer and roughly 30 bystanders had been additionally injured.

The marketing campaign carries the title “Highly Likely Welcome Back.”

WATCH BELOW: How did Sergei and Yulia Skripal survive a nerve agent assault?






Relations between Russia and the West are at their lowest level because the finish of the Cold War and have worsened dramatically over the past 4 years since Russia illegally annexed Crimea from Ukraine.

Aggression by Russia in opposition to Eastern European nations and repeated makes an attempt to meddle within the elections of Western nations over the past three years have solely worsened issues additional.

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Canada, the United States and European allies have utilized repeated rounds of sanctions in opposition to Russia and Russian officers in retaliation for such actions.

Both the Moscow Times and Radio Free Europe quoted feedback made by unnamed Russian officers to Russian media providers that pointed to what they describe as “Russophobic attitudes” within the reasoning of the choice to name for residents to return residence and full their research at Russian post-secondary establishments.

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“As we know, the domestic politics in a host of countries, and in Europe in particular, have increasingly taken on a harshly expressed anti-Russian character. We are obligated to highlight the negative influence of Russophobic attitudes on the activity of our compatriots, which purposely narrow their opportunities for self-realization,” one unnamed official from the company was quoted by Radio Free Europe as saying to the state-operated RIA-Novosti information company.

The Moscow Times quoted the moderator of a panel throughout which this system was introduced as making comparable feedback to the Kommersant every day newspaper.

“There is serious concern that young Russians may suffer from provocations in countries that express unfriendly attitudes towards our country,” the moderator reportedly mentioned on Monday.

WATCH BELOW: British PM says ‘highly likely’ Russia answerable for poisoning of ex-spy





 

Last month, Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland introduced the federal government was expelling 4 Russian diplomats alongside 23 different Western nations in solidarity with the United Kingdom, which initiated the mass expulsion of Russian diplomats in retaliation for the assault over the Skripals.

Both had been poisoned utilizing a Soviet-made military-grade nerve agent however are actually recovering.

Russia responded to the mass expulsion of its diplomats by booting out Western diplomats in equal quantity and has tried to hawk conspiracy theories in its assertions that it isn’t answerable for the assault.

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons is investigating.

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