Posted October 11, 2018 08:20:20 The colour blue is being used in Russian beach resorts as part of a new tourism trend, with locals calling it a sign of health and a way of communicating with the locals.
“It is a sign that the locals are happy and there are no problems,” said Tomsk resident Nikolai, who said the colour was a way to communicate with visitors.
“The colour is not only a way for the people to communicate but also a sign from the visitors to the locals.”
Mr Nikolai said he saw a number of people using the colour on the beaches at the same time.
“We used to see blue-coloured beaches, now we see a lot of blue-colored beaches, so we are glad,” he said.
“People used to swim with blue-coated water and now they have blue-water swimming pools.”
The locals were excited to see tourists use the colour, he said, but some were upset the colour had been chosen as a tourist destination.
The trend is not new and the colours have been used by the Russian government for some time.
In March, President Vladimir Putin said the country had no plans to ban the colour.
“There is no need to ban this colour or any other colour,” Mr Putin said in the statement.
“Russia has no problems with any colour. “
We do not have any problem with it at all.” “
Russia has no problems with any colour.
We do not have any problem with it at all.”
He also used the colour to describe Russian tourists visiting the country.
“They can be in blue-blue-blue and they can be with their families, but it is important to remember that they are going for a vacation,” Mr Nikolayev said.
But some locals have been quick to point out the colour is actually a sign the Russians have a problem with tourism.
“I am not against tourism.
It is a good thing.
But I am against this colour, because it is a symbol for Russia,” Mr Mikhailev said in his local newspaper.
Tourism has also been affected by the conflict in Syria, with the number of foreign tourists dropping in recent years. “
Blue is a colour of the sea and blue is not even a color of a boat, a boat is a blue color.”
Tourism has also been affected by the conflict in Syria, with the number of foreign tourists dropping in recent years.
A study released by the Australian Institute of Public Health in April found that the number and cost of visits from Syria to Australia had increased dramatically, with a rise of 8 per cent to 5,700 visits in 2018.
But in 2017, it estimated that between $6.5 million and $11 million in tourism spending had been lost due to the conflict.
Russian President Vladimir, pictured, has previously claimed he is keen to reduce conflict in the region, despite US sanctions