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This time Russia’s sanctions on Kamala Harris and Zuckerberg

Kamala Harris and Zuckerberg

Russia has imposed travel bans on 29 US citizens, including US Vice President Kamala Harris and Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, in retaliation for sanctions against Moscow. Russia has also imposed sanctions on several prominent Canadian figures. Russia has retaliated by imposing sanctions on Moscow.

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As a result of the ban, the 29 will not be able to enter Russia indefinitely. Russia’s foreign ministry said in a statement that Russia’s foreign ministry had issued a statement on Thursday.

Others on the sanctions list are: LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky, Kamala Harris’ husband Doug Emhoff, White House Chief of Staff Ronald Klein, and Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.

Russia has previously imposed sanctions on citizens and organizations in several countries, including the United States. Among them are US President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin. Moscow has also recently banned UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

The Putin administration has banned Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for life. There are also Pentagon officials. All of them have been banned from entering Russia for life. As a result, they will never be able to enter the country again.

Meanwhile, on March 22, the Russian government shut down Facebook in Russia. Along with Facebook, Instagram was also banned at that time. A Russian court has ruled that Facebook is a terrorist organization.

At the time, news broke that Facebook had given up on posts seeking the death and destruction of President Putin, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and members of the Russian military. But according to the policy of Facebook, no kind of post can be given in the medium wishing for the death of someone.

But this policy was temporarily relaxed by the Facebook authorities. After this issue came to the fore, Russia took strict action against Facebook.

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