Staff author: Adilia S. Last month Moscow hosted an exhibition about life of expats in Russia. There are about 100 thousand of expatriates living and working just in Moscow. Although some foreigners left Russia due to the economic downturn, many more remain residents. Expats About Russia Some westerners are fearful about coming to the country because of stories…More details
To all our clients who live in western countries, happy Easter holidays! Whether you are religious or not, it’s great to enjoy a little break and get together with the family and friends. How Russians Celebrate Easter? Russians and Ukrainians celebrate Easter usually on a different date to the western countries. The reason for that…More details
Slavic people and particularly Russian women deeply believe in the concept of Destiny. This concept is widely accepted in Russian culture as the basis of human existence. It Has Been Destined What is Destiny? Russian women would prefer to believe that anything positive that happens to them was predetermined, rather than think it was due…More details
Staff author: Adilia S. The latest research shows that there are 12 million employed people in Ukraine. Total population of Ukraine is 42 million people (data: Wikipedia). Only 3 million people from the 12 million who are employed pay taxes in full under official employment contracts. (These will be the ones working for government, most…More details
Attacks of 22 March in Brussels, the heart of the European Union, sent a wave of anxiety through the whole world. This is the epoch we live in — we are interconnected and tragic events that happen in any particular country become a matter of concern for the whole planet. Brussels Attacks Politicians immediately took…More details
The average income of an employed person in Ukraine is about USD $200-300/month (as of February 2016). According to the government’s statistics portal Ukrstat, the average salary country-wide was 4362 hryvnia ($164). In Kiev the average level of wages was higher: 7126 hryvnia ($268), Finance.ua reported. Average Wages by Industry Statistics by the employment portal Work.ua…More details
Staff author: Adilia S. A recent study shows that 84% of Ukrainians would like to work abroad. Ernst & Young assessed which employers were considered the best in Ukraine. The share of respondents wishing to leave Ukraine in search of better employment opportunities remains high. It hasn’t changed since 2014. The Most Attractive Employers in Ukraine…More details
Since 2013 United Nations made 20 March The International Happiness Day. The date was selected on purpose. 20 March is the spring equinox in the Northern hemisphere (autumn equinox in the Southern hemisphere), which symbolizes equal opportunities. The 2016 update to the Happiness Rating by Gallup pointed out that equality was the centre of feeling…More details
Staff author: Adilia S. The International Day of Happiness is celebrated on March, 20. This date was not chosen randomly. It’s the day of spring equinox when the length of day and night is nearly equal. It symbolizes the fact that all people on the planet have equal rights to happiness. On the eve of…More details
International dating means that people belong to different cultures, for example, Slavic women and western men. While there are differences between certain Slavic nations (Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, etc) and western nations (Americans, Australians, Brits, etc), there is a prevalent cultural paradigm in every group. Slavic Women vs. Western Men Slavic cultures of post Soviet societies…More details
Staff author: Adilia S. Visitors from 6 countries can obtain an entry visa to Ukraine on arrival which is issued right at a point of admission across a government border. Only visitor visas are issued. People need to travel for the purpose of tourism and provide details of their schedules to confirm it. Citizens of…More details
Staff author: Adilia S. It is a well-known fact that Russia has fewer men than women. There are 86 males for 100 females. In total, there are 11 million less men in Russia as compared to women (67.7 million men to 78.5 million women). However, there is a substantial gender imbalance in the number of…More details
Talking to Russian brides costs a lot of money, as anyone who used pay-per-letter (PPL) dating sites will attest. Amusingly, PPL enterprises keep insisting the communication and feelings of the “brides” are real, which is definitely farfetched, judging by the response we got on the announcement about Elena’s Models banning 3 Ukrainian locations: Odessa, Zaporozhye,…More details
Elena’s Models blog covers issues of dating Russian and Ukrainian women online and in real life, offering tips for men how to succeed and what to watch out for. If charming Slavic ladies is your goal, this is your place to learn how. There are some specifics to international dating online, which are important to know. Our renowned experts are happy to render decades of their experience and knowledge to help you navigate the exciting waters of cross-culture romance with Eastern European girls.
Finding genuine relationships and love becomes simpler with this step-by-step, no-nonsense guidance and advice. Meet sincere women, avoid scams and traps, and have an adventure of a lifetime with the proven and tested tips from life coaches and users of online dating sites. If you got scammed or taken advantage of by pay per letter (PPL) or paid chat international dating sites offering easy introductions to Russian and Ukrainian girls, our users share their stories and years of practical experience of dealing with marriage agencies, to assist in understanding what happened and what can you do now.
Slavic women include ladies from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and other Eastern European countries and states of the former USSR. This advice will also assist you in establishing loving relationships with women from Kazakhstan, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and other republics of the historical Soviet Union. Slavic women are known for their deliberate femininity, strong family ties, and devotion to the traditional marital structures, which are heavily promoted through their local media and cultural outlets. The majority of Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian women see family and children as their highest priority in life and the only way to find personal happiness.
With Internet widely accessible in Russia and Ukraine through Wi-Fi and mobile connections, more Slavic women are open to the idea of looking outside national borders in search of their true love. With gender ratios of only 86 men to 100 women country-wide, Slavic girls are choosing to investigate their dating options in other geographic locations, where they can find men of quality that is not available for them at home.
You will also find news items from post-USSR countries relating to everyday realities of life and relationships, to make your understanding of these modern European counties more up to date. Free from politics and negativity, our news are entertaining and fun. Contemporary research and studies of human relations, marriage, family, and demographics will assist in finding reliable models of communication that are proven to work in the realities of the second decade of the 21 century. Surprizing discoveries of today’s scientists and open discussion through comments allow you to share your opinions or ask questions.
Dating Slavic, Russian, and Ukrainian women in a multicultural and international environment that we share today is far from a mail order brides operation, but is an open and transparent experience of people from different locations connecting and sharing their ideas, thoughts, common goals and aspirations, without prejudice or borders. This blog allows you to learn more about modern life in countries of the former Soviet Union, including Ukraine and Russia, which is, most likely, very similar to what you are used to in your own country. In fact, you have more in common than you probably think.
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