Russian embassy says Russians facing discrimination in Germany

March 5, 2022

The Russian embassy in Berlin said on Saturday it had received hundreds of complaints during the past three days from Russians in Germany.

The Russians said they had received threatening messages.

Cars with Russian registration plates have been damaged, and Russian school pupils have reported insults, hate speech, bullying and physical assault.

“We hold all manifestations of discrimination and infringement of the rights of our citizens and the Russian-speaking population in Germany to be unacceptable,” the embassy said.

Russia’s Interfax news agency reported that Ambassador Sergej Nechayev had sent a memorandum to the Germany Foreign Ministry criticising discrimination directed at Russians in Germany.

Nechayev called for “a clear signal from the German government … to put a stop to this discrimination.”

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