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Russia-Ukraine war: Which companies have pulled out of Russia?

The following companies are among the multinationals that have taken steps to limit or completely halt operations in Russia.

Russia-Ukraine war: EU set to shun Russian oil

Kyiv says Russia's energy exports to Europe, so far largely exempt from international sanctions, are funding the Kremlin's war effort with millions of euros every day.

By REUTERS
03/05/2022

South Ossetia began organizing a referendum on joining Russia

Prior, the Kremlin stressed no action had been taken to help South Ossetia hold a referendum on joining Russia.

Russia vows its forces will 'liberate' Mariupol from nationalists

Russians persists in Mariupol, separatist regions • Ukraine: Attacks against Mykolayiv break war laws • Russian morale decreasing

05/04/2022

Kremlin says technical glitch behind interrupted Putin speech at stadium

Cited by RIA news agency, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said a server glitch had caused the interruption.

By REUTERS
18/03/2022

South African president blames NATO for Russia-Ukraine war

Kremlin said that Russia was putting colossal energy into talks on a possible peace deal with Ukraine.

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Khan meets Putin in Moscow amid escalating Russia-Ukraine war

Since US troops left Afghanistan, relations between Washington and Islamabad seem to have cooled

By ARSHAD MEHMOOD/THE MEDIA LINE
24/02/2022

Putin starts Russia's strategic nuclear exercises as tensions soar

Putin and other top officials frequently refer to the fact that Russia, together with the United States, is one of the world's leading nuclear powers.

By REUTERS
19/02/2022

UK warns Russia will face severe sanctions if it installs Ukraine 'puppet regime'

Britain accused the Kremlin of seeking to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine, and that Russian intelligence had contacted former Ukrainian politicians as part of plans for an invasion.

By REUTERS
23/01/2022

Russia, China, Britain, US and France say no one can win nuclear war

The five nations issued a joint statement affirming that further nuclearization, such as the spread of nuclear arms and nuclear war, should be avoided.

By REUTERS
04/01/2022
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