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Tags: ukraine | russia | boycott | sanction

Ukraine Calls for Boycotts of Global Firms That Stay Open in Russia

Dmytro Kuleba
Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba gives a press conference after meeting with Russia's Foreign Minister for talks in Antalya, on March 10, 2022. Russian and Ukrainian foreign ministers are in Turkey to hold face-to-face talks in the first high-level contact since the invasion began. (Getty Images)

Monday, 14 March 2022 08:34 AM EDT

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Monday sanctions pressure should be increased on Russia and called for a global boycott of international companies that have kept their operations open in Russia.

In a briefing on the war between Russia and Ukraine, Kuleba also called for international ports to bar passage to Russian ships and cargo.

"International businesses must leave Russia, both for moral and practical reasons," Kuleba said.

Russia has been hit by a series of international sanctions over its invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. Kuleba said he believed another round of sanctions was imminent.

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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Monday sanctions pressure should be increased on Russia and called for a global boycott of international companies that have kept their operations open in Russia.
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