Russian President Vladimir Putin

Putin vows ‘decisive actions’ against ‘unfriendly’ countries as Russia-Ukraine war rages

*Russian President Vladimir Putin has listed countries, including the United States, Japan, Canada, Switzerland, South Korea, and corporate bodies for taking ‘unfriendly actions’ against Russia in the wake of its invasion of Ukraine

Alexander Davis | ConsumerConnect

Perhaps under intense pressure resulting from a motley of sanctions and attendant global condemnations over his country’s invasion of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin has listed countries and corporate bodies that have either sanctioned the country or pulled out of deals, describing them as “unfriendly countries”.

President Putin has not ruled out the possibility of taking decisive actions against them, agency report said.

The Russian President in a state of the nation address Monday, March 7, 2022, had said companies willing to do business with Russia in future would have to be approved by a government commission.

Russian troops on armoured vehicles en route Ukraine’s border 

Putin also reportedly approved a list of countries and territories taking “unfriendly actions” against Russia, its companies, and citizens in the wake of severe economic sanctions over the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

Others include Iceland, Canada, Liechtenstein, Micronesia, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, South Korea, San Marino, North Macedonia, Singapore, United States, Taiwan, Ukraine, Montenegro, Switzerland and Japan.

Russia’s intense war on Ukraine has been met with outrage from the international community, with the EU, UK, and US among others.

In response to the country’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, countries and global institutions have imposed a range of economic sanctions on Moscow.

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