2. They are just like us
Russia and Armenia have been going hand in hand since the 11th century – the history of both countries is closely intertwined. Perhaps that is why Armenians understand Russians on the mental and cultural levels and even take us for their own. Surprisingly, even representatives of the less conservative, younger generation are talking about this. There are those who consider themselves part of the Russian world — they were born in Russia, and moved to Armenia at a conscious age.
3. They have a wonderful character
Russians are kind and sincere – they will always help, prompt, and will not leave even a stranger in trouble. The stereotype about gloomy and unfriendly people on the streets was invented by those who are familiar with our country superficially – this is what the inhabitants of Armenia who have lived in Russia for more than a week think. Although some people note some rudeness of customs officers at airports, in general, the opinion about the character of Russians is positive.
4. Their women break up families
Unexpectedly, some Armenian women would like to see fewer girls from Russia in their country. Fair-haired and light-eyed Slavs are very attractive to local men, because of them the strongest families break up. In addition, Russian women are more sociable and relaxed – Yerevan machos are crazy about our women, who are so different from their compatriots.
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< h2>5. They live in a huge country
For the inhabitants of small Armenia, the borders of our state end somewhere in the Cosmos. Of course, members of the diaspora live almost everywhere: in the south of Russia, in the central regions, in Siberia and the Urals. But their relatives can hardly imagine what it means to fly by plane for 9 hours and travel by train for a week across the territory of one state.