Live blog: Zelensky again requests NATO no-fly zone, Russia-Ukraine consultations

Live blog: Zelensky again requests NATO no-fly zone, Russia-Ukraine consultations

Russian prosecutors spoke threatening language against Western companies in Russia. They threaten to arrest business leaders who criticize the government, or confiscate goods from companies withdrawing from Russia. To write in an American newspaper The Wall Street Journalbased on unknown sources.

Prosecutors have issued warnings to companies such as Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, IBM and Yum Brands, which owns fast-food chain KFC and Pizza Hut, according to the Wall Street Journal. This included phone calls, letters and visits during which senior executives were exposed to direct threats.

Severe economic sanctions were imposed on Russia after the Russian invasion, and a growing group of Western companies announced that they would withdraw from Russia or suspend their activities there. And the Russian court announced, on Friday, a strict examination of companies that suspended their activities.

According to the Wall Street Journal, at least some companies decided to cut off contact with their employees in Russia, fearing that their emails and text messages would be intercepted, and others summoned officials from Russia.

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