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Keep Calm And Drink “Rusiano"
November 26, 2016 09:55


The sales of clothes with an appeal for a cup of “Rusiano” began to appear on the Internet. This was noticed by the “Moscow Speaking” radio station.

T-shirts with the print “Keep calm and drink “Rusiano” appeared on one of the web sites of designer’s clothes, according to radio station’s web site. T-shirts with the print can be purchased for 1750 roubles.

After the Prime Minister of Armenia Karen Karapetyan proposed to rename “Americano” (regular coffee in USA) as “Rusiano” at the suggestion of the Russian colleague, a Yekaterinburg bar quickly change the name of coffee in the menu.

“Rusiano” has also appeared in a Moscow cafe. Medvedev announced a mock proposal to replace the politically incorrect “Americano” name at the meeting of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council on November 16. The Chairman of the Armenian government immediately proposed the option of “Rusiano”.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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