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During Sunday’s awards ceremony, Mulally said, “I think we speak for everyone here when we say we hope for a quick and peaceful resolution. Specifically, Putin’s Homecoming Stop!”
“We hope that Putin will leave and go home, and for that purpose let us all join together to salute Putin with Soul Awards,” Offerman added, according to Variety.
In the port, married hosts then Turn the bird to the camera.
“Big organizations raise money [for Ukraine]. Please give what you can to offer to the victims of this senseless act of aggression.”
before the award is presented, It was revealed that Netflix It suspended its service in Russia after the country invaded Ukraine.
“Due to conditions on the ground, we have decided to suspend our service in Russia,” a Netflix spokesperson told Fox News Digital on Sunday.
The move came after the streaming service, which was launched in the country in 2016, temporarily halted all projects and future acquisitions from Russia. Variety reported that it also refused to broadcast the free-to-air propaganda channels required by Russian media laws.
In addition to Netflix, the main players in Hollywood Take swift action to condemn President Vladimir Putin’s actions.
Over the past week, musicians, festival organizers and industry leaders have announced their decisions to postpone events in Russia, severely limiting the country’s entertainment offerings.
Russia launched a large-scale attack on Ukraine on February 24.
Paul Best and Melissa Roberto of Fox News contributed to this report
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