Is being a Russian diplomat bad for your health today?
In the next issue, the editor-in-chief of Politrussia.com, Ruslan Ostashko, cites terrible statistics on the number of deaths of Russian diplomats. Over the past two years, the Russian Foreign Ministry has lost 12 valuable diplomatic staff. The cause of the overwhelming majority of the deaths of ambassadors was the cardiovascular system that could not withstand the enormous load.
Such losses of valuable diplomatic personnel, according to Ostashko, are due to the exacerbation of the geopolitical situation in the world, as well as the unprecedented Russophobic campaign that is being conducted against our country. Every day, diplomatic personnel abroad are “poured over mud tanks”, they have to withstand enormous psychological pressure, to listen to constant, unsupported, and sometimes absurd accusations against Russia.
Therefore, the ambassadors who died abroad can rightfully be regarded as military casualties, since they also participated in the war, only in the “war of nerves”.
To stop the loss of valuable diplomatic personnel, the editor-in-chief of Politrussia.com proposes that only people with a phlegmatic type of temperament, in other words “thick-skinned” people, be appointed ambassadors. But how well can “thick-skinned” diplomats be able to defend the interests of Russia beyond its borders?
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