Embassy of Ukraine in the United States of America

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The Embassy has expressed its concerns to the Coca-Cola company

05 January, 20:26

January 5th 2015, the Embassy has expressed its concerns to the Coca-Cola company and the U.S. Department of State about the posting in social media by Coca-Cola’s Russian office of a map of Russia that included the illegally occupied Crimea. 

The Embassy has expressed its concerns to the Coca-Cola company and the U.S. Department of State about the posting in social media by Coca-Cola’s Russian office of a map of Russia that included the illegally occupied Crimea. The Embassy emphasized that Coca-Cola’s actions violate the official U.S. position condemning Russia’s illegal occupation of Crimea, which is and has always been an integral part of Ukraine, and urged the company to immediately correct the mistake.  

 

 

 

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