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War in Ukraine: S'pore must stand against actions that violate sovereignty and territorial integrity

A residential building destroyed by shelling in the settlement of Borodyanka in the Kyiv region, pictured on March 3, 2022. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - In the week since Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine, Russia has faced significant blowback not just diplomatically and economically through sweeping sanctions, but also culturally, as concerts have been cancelled and sportsmen barred from international tournaments.

Even Mickey Mouse has turned tail, as Russia will no longer receive new Disney film releases.

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