What companies have shown their rejection of Russia for the invasion of Ukraine?

boeing suspended maintenance and technical support to the russian airlines and the American energy company ExxonMobil he said he will leave Russiajoining a growing list of Western companies rejecting Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine.

Airbus has also stopped sending spare parts to Russia and providing support to Russian airlines, but said it is looking at whether its Moscow engineering center will be able to continue serving local customers under Western sanctions.

American tech giant Manzana he said he had stopped selling iPhone’s and other products in Russia, while ford engine joined other automakers in suspending operations in the country.

Western nations have steadily increased sanctions on Russia since it invaded Ukraine last week, including excluding some Russian banks from the global financial network. SWIFT.

The measures have hit the ruble and forced the central bank to raise interest rates, while Moscow responded to the growing exodus of Western investors by temporarily restricting the sale of Russian assets to foreigners.

Russian companies, meanwhile, are under increasing pressure. Sberbank, Russia’s largest lender, announced on Wednesday that it is exiting the European market because its subsidiaries are facing large cash outflows. He also said that the security of his employees and property is threatened.

the president of United States, Joe Bidennoted in his State of the Union address on Tuesday that his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin“has no idea what is coming his way”, while joining the European states already Canada to close US airspace to Russian planes.

Japanese Airlines and a unit of ANA Holdings They stated that they are considering routes that avoid Russia.

International shipping companies like Maersk, Hapag Lloyd and MSC they suspended their reservations to and from Russia, leaving the country increasingly excluded from world trade. The sanctions are also affecting the Russian aviation sector.

Boeing announced the suspension of its operations on Tuesday, while other aviation companies face growing European and US restrictions on their relationships with Russian customers, affecting the leasing of planes, the export of new aircraft and the supply of parts.

choir of condemnation

Exxon said it will not invest in new developments in Russia and is taking steps to exit the Sakhalin-1 oil and gas company, after similar moves to shed assets by Britain’s BP, Russia’s largest foreign investor, and Shell Plc.

However, the French company TotalEnergies He stopped short of stating that he will leave Russia, limiting himself to saying that he will not provide new funds.

Apple, which has suspended sales in Russia, said it is making changes to its Maps app to protect civilians in Ukraine. He also joined the growing chorus of Western companies openly condemning Russian actions.

“We are deeply concerned about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and we stand in solidarity with all the people who are suffering as a result of the violence,” he said. Manzana.

“We deplore Russia’s military action that violates the territorial integrity of Ukraine and endangers its people,” he said. Exxonwhile Ford indicated that “the situation has forced us to reassess our operations in Russia.”

The motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson Inc. suspended shipments of its motorcycles to Russia. the japanese honda engine said it would halt shipments of cars and motorcycles, while the newspaper Nikkei He reported that Mazda will suspend exports of auto parts to its plant in the country.

Apple announced the blocking of app downloads from some state-backed news services outside of Russia. Googleproperty of Alphabet Inc.said it blocked mobile applications related to the Russian publisher RTfunded by the state, of its news-related features, including Google News search.

Google also prevented RT and other Russian channels from receiving money for advertisements on websites, apps and videos of Youtubeimitating a measurement taken by Facebook.

microsoft noted that it will remove RT’s mobile apps from its app store Windows and will ban advertisements in Russian state-sponsored media.

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