Getting into a relationship with someone from another culture can be complex, as each culture places its own values on which qualities make someone a desirable partner.For example, what might be considered romantic, attractive or polite in one culture might not be well received in Russia.Indeed, fewer than one in five marriages in Russia’s capital, Moscow, are consummated between people from different countries.While English speaking countries such as Britain and the United States do feature on the list of most common countries for marriages – they lag well behind the most popular locations, which include Ukraine, Turkey and Moldova.
While this might partly be down to the old stereotypes simply not filtering through to the reality of the 21st century, it’s also been suggested that politics is a contributing factor.
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When you first move to Russia, you might be under the impression that being from a far-off land will increase your chances of dating success, but there’s actually been suggestions that the opposite is the case in the modern day.
Sorry to burst any bubbles, but while there might be an old-fashioned impression that Russian women love Western men, it’s not actually really borne out in reality.
On a first date, you may even find that a man brings flowers along - albeit always in odd numbers, as pairs of flowers are synonymous with funerals in Russia.