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Ukrainians Boycott Russian Goods as Tensions Escalate Over Gas - and Chocolatei
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June 17, 2014 1:13 AM
Ukraine’s troubles with neighboring Russia extend beyond their scuffles in Ukraine’s restive, Russian-speaking east. Residents of cosmopolitan Kyiv, have decided to take their fight directly to Russia’s pocket by boycotting its products. From Kyiv, VOA’s Anita Powell looked at how many Ukrainians are fighting -- with, of all things, chocolate.

Ukrainians Boycott Russian Goods as Tensions Escalate Over Gas - and Chocolate

Published June 16, 2014

Ukraine’s troubles with neighboring Russia extend beyond their scuffles in Ukraine’s restive, Russian-speaking east. Residents of cosmopolitan Kyiv, have decided to take their fight directly to Russia’s pocket by boycotting its products. From Kyiv, VOA’s Anita Powell looked at how many Ukrainians are fighting -- with, of all things, chocolate.


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