Russians feel the pain of international sanctions

Russians feel the pain of international sanctions
Russians feel the pain of international sanctions

"If I could leave Russia right now, I would. But I can't quit my job," says Andrey.

He can't afford to get a mortgage in Moscow now interest rates have been hiked.

Millions of Russians like him are starting to feel the effect of Western economic sanctions designed to punish the country for invading neighbouring Ukraine.

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