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Russian-Ukrainian War: Russians and Ukrainians fled to this island after saving their lives from the war, creating problems for the “Asian paradise”



Moscow: The Russian-Ukrainian war has been going on for the past year. Indonesia’s most famous vacation island has been inundated with thousands of Russians and Ukrainians since the war began. Citizens of both countries want to avoid war. According to a CNN report, in 2022 around 58,000 Russians visited Bali. More than 7,000 Ukrainians are also expected to visit the idyllic Southeast Asian destination in 2022 and around 2,500 had arrived at the site by January this year. The high number of Russian travelers to Indonesia has made it the second largest tourist group after Australians.

Although kyiv prohibits all men between the ages of 18 and 60 from leaving the country, the number of Russians and Ukrainians in Bali has grown rapidly. Many young people from Russia fled to other countries. According to the report, people fleeing violence in Ukraine and Russia have created problems for Balinese authorities. Authorities have urged an end to Indonesia’s visa-on-arrival policy for Russian and Ukrainian citizens, as tourists continue to make the island their destination long after their visas have expired.

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Many Ukrainians in Bali said Russians were involved in most of the incidents. A police officer reportedly said, “Whenever we get a report of a foreigner behaving badly, it’s always a Russian.” Foreigners come to Bali but they behave like they are above the law. This has always been the case and it must eventually stop. However, it is not only Bali that bears the brunt of the war, but the Thai island of Phuket, famous for its beaches, has also seen a sudden influx of Russian tourists. Many Russians have bought their own apartments in Thailand. He says that “no one wants to live and live in the middle of a war”.

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