Last week the Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas ordered a complete ban of all Russian tourists from entering the country after Ukraine’s President urged Europe to stop issuing visas.
Vladimir Solovyov, who is one of Vladimir Putin’s attack dogs warned a universal visa ban could force Russia to commit a “preventative nuclear strike.”
This could be the last summer that Russia spends any time on Europe’s beaches because Estonia, Finland, the Czech Republic, and Latvia back the move banning all Russian citizens and calling on Brussels to order a directive issuing a total ban.
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Putin’s chief propagandist wrote on his Telegram channel, “The refusal to issue visas to Russian citizens and the declaration of the Russian Federation as an accomplice of terrorism, puts an end to relations with Europe.
“This means the actual entry into the war with Russia. Severing ties, supplying weapons is direct participation in the war.
“Moreover, in a war with really superior forces, given the number and armament of NATO countries.
“This is a real threat to the existence of Russia and can lead to the use of the doctrine of a preventive nuclear strike.”
The US could also ban all Russian citizens as politicians are threatening to pass a bill whether or not President Joe Biden supports it.
This would completely destroy all relations between Washington and Moscow and the Kremlin warned over the weekend if this happened then it could become a point of no return.