• Map of war crimes committed by the Russian Federation in Ukraine
    Civilian damage
    • Over 208 children killed
    • Over 2345 civilians killed
    • Bucha massacre
    • Over 2919 civilians injured
    • Over 200 schools damaged
    • Over 1500 residential buildings damaged
    • Over 104 hospitals damaged

    To all developers: restrict access to your products for russians. Many people have the illusion in their heads that the russians have nothing to do with it, but their government is to blame for everything. This war has huge support among the population of Russia, it is supported by 74% of citizens. This is not only propaganda work, it is a conscious choice of russians. Now is the 21st century, everyone has the Internet, it is impossible not to notice what is happening in Ukraine, but despite this, society in the Russian Federation approves of this. Are there still justifications for cooperating with the russians? Tell this to the residents of besieged Mariupol, who bury people in their yards.

    Just to all: rape, murder and torture - that's what the Russian army is doing in Ukraine. Demand from your government the supply of heavy weapons to Ukraine. Demand an oil and gas embargo. We must stop them.

    Don't work with Russians until Putin's regime is overthrown. Glory to Ukraine 🇺🇦

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