The Russo-Ukrainian War is an ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine that threatens every sector. Following the situation, Russia banned several things and caused terrible consequences. Let’s discover Russia Banned What?
Exports & Imports: Russia President Vladimir Putin has signed an order banning the exports of some goods and raw materials. The country is the world’s largest wheat exporter, with Egypt and Turkey as major importers. Its biggest competitors are the European Union and Ukraine. But, Russia temporarily prohibited grain and most sugar shipments to ex-Soviet countries. Also, Russia is a major exporter of oil, gas, and metals.
However, the order includes a ban or restrictions on exports outside of the Russian Federation’s territory and imports to the Russian Federation’s territory of products and raw materials.
Social Media Platform: After Meta stated it would allow social media users in Ukraine to broadcast posts advocating violence against President Vladimir Putin in light of the invasion of Ukraine, Russia’s media regulator already restricted access to Facebook and prohibited Instagram. In addition, Russia also banned WhatsApp and Telegram.
TV Channels: Russia’s communications regulator, Roskomnadzor, has banned Google News, accusing the news aggregator of “spreading disinformation” regarding the country’s military campaign in Ukraine. Even Russia blocked the website of Euronews, the media authority. Moreover, they banned using “assault” and “invasion” words in media.
Flights: Russia banned its airspace to flights from Bulgaria, Poland, and the Czech Republic in tit-for-tat punitive measures following Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.
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