Russians flying to US are asked What country owns Crimea?

An electronic game installed on board an aircraft of one of the air company. Among its questions is “What country includes the Crimean peninsula?" However, there is no Russia among the proposed answers.

9 June 2016 14:56

The Russians flying with Delta Airlines flight from Moscow to New York can play an electronic version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” game. However, they cannot find the "right" answer to the question “What country includes the Crimean peninsula?" Among the answers are Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine and Belarus.

“On board of Delta aircrafts, which resumed flights from New York to Moscow, you can play an analog of electronic version of the "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" game, where the "geography" section encloses a question “What country includes the Crimean peninsula?" Possible answers - Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Belarus,” Mustafa Nyem, MP from Petro Poroshenko Block wrote on his Facebook page.  

He also said that some passengers cannot pass such a test.

“They say the passengers who do not find the "correct" answer in the proposed list of countries get out of the plane, without waiting for the destination, directly over the Crimea,” Naem joked.

QHA reported earlier that Internet users scoffed at deserted Crimean beaches.

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