Zyuganov has advised Russians not to travel to Turkey
Communist party leader Gennady Zyuganov told the Russians "don't rush into Turkey," and devote this summer to a trip to his native country.
Earlier Friday, the head of the government Mikhail Mishustin announced that the Russian Federation has made the decision to resume international flights from August 1. According to him, the flights will be operated from airports of Moscow, the Moscow region, St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-don. Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova said that Russia will resume flights until with three countries: UK, Turkey, and Tanzania.
Zyuganov on air of TV channel "Russia 24" said that was in the 80 countries around the world, "seen a lot", but, in his opinion, "more vibrant tourism more good experiences than journey through the beloved country", does not happen.
He urged Russians to pay attention to the beauty of mount Elbrus, lake Baikal, Altai, the Crimea.
"I advise more to travel to see their country... don't go to Turkey, she will not let you. It's hot now, and the point of education, even in Sofia (the Church of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul) came in and did not reckon with the opinion of the Orthodox that, generally speaking, stinks," he added.
Zyuganov stressed that we should appreciate and love their country, "but above all, it is necessary to equip and to help her survive this difficult time".
"I suggest to dedicate this year to travel the long-suffering of our beloved Russia, and you will love it", - concluded Zyuganov.