Source Pravda.Ru

Prince of Kent does not consider Russian roads bad - Comments

The 80-year-ald vintage Bentley automobiles that are taking part in the motor race from Yekaterinburg to St.Petersburg have no problems moving on Russian roads. The Russian roads are not so bad as Russians themselves think, said His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent at a meeting with Yuri Trutnev, the governor of the Perm region, the Urals, when commenting on the first day of the race.

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