The Norwegian told about discrimination because of Stepashko's "Russian" surname

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The inhabitant of the suburb Terje Stepashko told Oslo, and the surname got from the great-grandfather at the end of the 19th century. It and his family constantly face discrimination, the Norwegian assures. His son called in a human resources department to check, whether there is at it a work permit. And men nobody responds to summaries, it is necessary to write the Norwegian surname of mother to them. According to him, the Norwegian society betrays own citizens, pushing away people...