Russia responds to global condemnation of its war on Ukraine as its currency plummets by releasing a list of ‘hostile countries’
Russia has released a list of “hostile countries” in response to international condemnation of its war against Ukraine.
The list includes “Australia, UK, EU countries, Iceland, Canada, US, Switzerland, New Zealand”, among others.
A number of listed countries have issued sanctions against Russia which have crippled the country’s economy.
Russia has released a list of “hostile countries” in response to overwhelming international condemnation of its war in Ukraine.
The list includes “Australia, UK, EU countries, Iceland, Canada, Liechtenstein, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Korea, San Marino, Singapore, USA, Taiwan, Ukraine, Montenegro, Switzerland, Japan”. according to a tweet from Russian media Ria translated by CNN analyst Brianna Golodryga.
A number of these countries, including the United States, Canada, Switzerlandand EU countries – have issued sanctions against Russia, Russian oligarchs and Putin himself which are all contributing to the collapse of the Russian rouble.
Russia invaded Ukraine last month, but its forces were stymied by logistical errors and fierce opposition from Ukrainian troops. Russia has since stepped up its attacks on Ukrainian towns, with international observers accusing Russian forces of targeting civilians.
Harrowing video and photos show devastation caused by Russian bombing, including disturbing clip of Ukrainian family reportedly killed by Russian mortar attack as he attempted to flee.
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