They can’t go home: – 15,000 Russians stranded

They can't go home: - 15,000 Russians stranded

According to the country’s government, it has made an agreement with hotel chains that tourists can stay until a solution is found.

The Caribbean island nation is one of the few countries that has not closed its borders in connection with the pandemic. In 2021, five million tourists came to the country.

The consul of Ukraine in the country, Ilona Oleksandrevna, claimed that about 1,200 Ukrainians were expelled from the hotels in which they lived. But now an adviser says the country’s president, Luis Abenader, has promised to let them stay even if they can’t pay themselves.

The European Union, the United Kingdom and Canada closed their airspace to Russian aircraft, prompting Russia to implement a similar measure for Western aircraft.

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