At least, the Russian government thought there was. One Russian farmer was accused of espionage for ordering GPS tracking devices. This turned out to be a cock and bull story, so to speak, as he actually needed the GPS devices for keeping track of cows that strayed from the herd. The Russian government has apologized for the mistake, and the farmer has accepted the apology.
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Russian people are well-known for drinking two things: Leaving coffee and cocktails to Western Europe, Russians are experts in producing and selecting vodka and unstoppable in their incessant consumption of tea. Tea is an extremely significant part of Russian culture. Tea warms you up, wakes you up, and is nice after a big meal. Although it is common to stock several types of tea, for example, green, herbal, and black, most Russian people drink exclusively black tea and leave the other types for their guests. A lot of the tea sold in Russia comes from China and India and is sold loose-leaf. Common types of tea are an Oolong blend known as "Russian Caravan" and Keemun teas.
Russian Teatime Traditions
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Christophe Raynaud de Lage. But as an exclusive exception for this important piece by an important Russian theater artist, Russian editor-in-chief Dina Silina agreed to allow The Theatre Times to publish the first English version that follows. They use Europe to scare us, they scare us with America and with threats that fascists and nationalists will come to power.