Russia Ukraine War LIVE: Today the 14th day of Russia and Ukraine war, Coca Cola closed its business in Russia
Russia Ukraine War LIVE Russia's attack on Ukraine continues even on the 14th day of the war. Even after 14 days of war, the situation between the two countries is deteriorating continuously. However, in the meantime, foreign companies are imposing restrictions on their business in Russia.
Russia Ukraine War LIVE Today is the 14th day of the war between Russia and Ukraine. Russia has ordered a ceasefire in Ukraine for Wednesday. It will start at 10 a.m. Moscow time on Wednesday. Meanwhile, The Coca-Cola Company has banned the sale of its products in Russia. The Coca-Cola Company has said that our hearts are with those who are unconsciously affected by these tragic events in Ukraine. At the same time, according to the news agency Reuters, the US has rejected Poland's offer to provide Russia-made fighter aircraft for Ukraine. Earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed British lawmakers on Tuesday. During this, he appealed to declare Russia a 'terrorist country'. The President of Ukraine, demanding the implementation of tough sanctions on Russia, said that we want your help and are grateful for this help. I am grateful to you Boris, please put more sanctions against this country and declare it a terrorist country.
Russia bans sale of foreign currencies
The news agency AFP quoted the Central Bank as saying that Russia has banned the sale of foreign currencies until 9 September.
Pepsico took a big step against Russia
Amidst Russia's attacks on Ukraine, companies around the world are imposing sanctions on Russia. Meanwhile, PepsiCo has completely banned the production and sale of Pepsi-Cola and other global beverage brands in Russia.
Asma Shafiq of Pakistan expresses gratitude to PM Modi
#WATCH | Pakistan's Asma Shafique thanks the Indian embassy in Kyiv and Prime Minister Modi for evacuating her.
Shas been rescued by Indian authorities and is enroute to Western #Ukraine for further evacuation out of the country. She will be reunited with her family soon:Sources pic.twitter.com/9hiBWGKvNp — ANI (@ANI) March 9, 2022
Asma Shafiq of Pakistan thanked the Indian Embassy in Kyiv and Prime Minister Modi for their evacuation. Asma Shafiq has been rescued by Indian authorities, who is currently en route to western Ukraine to be evacuated from Ukraine.
America turns down Poland's offer
According to the news agency Reuters, the US has rejected Poland's offer to deliver Russian-made fighter jets to Ukraine.
Coca Cola shuts down its business in Russia
The Coca-Cola Company has banned the sale of its products in Russia. The Coca-Cola Company has said that our hearts are with those who are unconsciously affected by these tragic events in Ukraine.