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This is the fate of Russian restaurants in America during the Russian invasion of Ukraine

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The invasion of Ukraine is being carried out by Russia. Of course it affects several sectors, including the fate of Russian restaurants in America.

Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine at the end of February 2022 and then until now. This invasion was enforced because the top brass of the Ukrainian state are now closer and are rumored to be entering NATO.

Start from there Russia feel betrayed by Ukraine. Finally sent military troops to attack to the Ukrainian border.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine turned out to have an impact on several sectors. Including the culinary industry. Several American fast food restaurant outlets operating in Russia are said to be temporarily suspending their business.

The fate of Russian restaurants in America after the Russian invasion of Ukraine Photo: mashed

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It didn’t stop there, but Russian restaurants in America were also affected. Reported by Mashed (9/3), Russian restaurant also experienced the impact of the invasion. The restaurant used to offer a lot of Russian specialties, but now serves more Ukrainian specialties.

Restaurant owner Alan Aguichev told NBC New York that he initially marketed the Sveta restaurant with Russian food. Since the restaurant currently serves Ukrainian food, the waiters are mostly Ukrainian as well.

Because of the invasion, America also became anti-Russian products, including this restaurant called Sveta. According to Sveta’s Facebook, the restaurant now says it serves “Eastern European cuisine” and has posted a clear image of the Ukrainian flag.

The fate of Russian restaurants in America after the Russian invasion of UkraineThe fate of Russian restaurants in America after the Russian invasion of Ukraine Photo: mashed

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Not only Sveta’s restaurant is in trouble, but also the Midtown Russian Samovar bar restaurant is also affected by the same. In fact, they have reported acts of vandalism against the restaurant.

Apart from restaurants, Russian grocery store Phoenix Yasha was also affected. This grocery store is known to sell a variety of groceries and goods imported from Russia.

In Milwaukee, a Ukrainian-owned business known as Russian Food & Gifts recently changed its name to European Food & Gifts. This was done to avoid anti-Russian actions.

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