- Russian Overseas Ministry has issued an inventory of US figures who’re banned from coming into the nation.
- The record additionally mentions Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and US VP Kamala Harris.
- For folks on the record, Russia says they’re selling a ‘Russophobic’ agenda.
The Russian Overseas Ministry has issued an inventory of US figures, together with tech honchos, who at the moment are prohibited from coming into the county for an indefinite interval.The record additionally mentions Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and high-profile US politicians resembling Vice President Kamala Harris.
In accordance with TechCrunch, LinkedIn chief Ryan Roslansky, in addition to journalists and others are additionally on the record. For folks on the record, Russia says they’re selling a ‘Russophobic’ agenda.
Earlier, the Russian Overseas Ministry had additionally mentioned that UK PM Boris Johnson is prohibited from coming into the nation. The event got here quickly after Johnson paid a go to to Ukraine, as a “present of solidarit” to the nation.
The announcement can be an extension of Russia performing to close down or prohibit entry to a number of Western platforms that aren’t complying with its rules on data dissemination, particularly for making an attempt to restrict pro-Russian messaging. These shutdowns have included snapping entry to Fb and Instagram, limiting entry to Google Information and issuing warnings about YouTube.
In the meantime, Apple, Google, Microsoft and plenty of different tech giants have shut down or paused operations in Russia. The record additionally consists of Brian Thomas Moynihan, Chairman and CEO of Financial institution of America, and George Stephanopoulos, host on the ABC tv channel, amongst others.
In accordance with The Moscow Occasions, the US and European Union have personally sanctioned some Russians together with, President Vladimir Putin, his daughters and oligarchs seen as essential to the Russian chief’s energy.
(With IANS inputs)
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