Embassy of Ukraine in Prague / Velvyslanectví Ukrajiny v Praze

Prague urged world corporations to leave the Russian market
On the Charles Bridge in Prague, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, a “crusade” sponsored by Russian terrorism was held. Indifferent activists went out to the bridge with blue and yellow crosses, each of which had a plate with a covered logo of world brands that help Russia kill Ukrainians, paying tax in the Russian budget.
When choosing brands-sponsors of Russian terrorism, activists were guided by a list compiled by experts of the School of Management of Yelsʹkogo University: https://cutt.ly/mXY2A98
Ukrainian developers are also working on creating a mobile app to help Europeans not buy goods from brands that continue to operate in an aggressor state: Push To Leave
🇨🇿 An assembly was held on the Charles Bridge in Prague, whose members pointed out that after the outbreak of Russian invasion in Ukraine, many companies still have not restricted their activities in Russia. People on the bridge carried symbolic crosses in the color of the Ukrainian flag with logos of brands that still operate in Russia.
The banners also encouraged passers-by to visit the website of the American Yale University, where you can find a list of companies that have not yet limited their operations in Russia: https://cutt.ly/mXY2A98 .
The mobile application Push To Leave is gradually being created, which allows by scanning bar codes to determine whether the product comes from one of the companies operating in Russia.

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