A restaurant in Kerala has decided to remove a Russian salad from its menu after the country invaded Ukraine. A restaurant in Fort Kochi called Kashi Art Café has removed Russian salad from its menu in solidarity with Ukraine, reports the Free Press Journal. A notice posted outside the cafe read: “In solidarity with the people of Ukraine, we have removed ‘RUSSIAN SALAD’ from our menu. The restaurant owner said it was their way of condemning the Russian invasion of Ukraine. . Opinion on social media has varied on different aspects regarding the growing number of sanctioned Russian products in different countries. This move by the Kerala restaurant has also sparked speculation on social media platforms. While many praised the anti-war gesture, others called it a futile punishment.
Looks like the world has gone mad. Here, a cafe canceled the Russian salad. In my opinion, this is nothing but fanaticism against the Russians. pic.twitter.com/Vs2dA48oJs— VJ (@VJ290481) March 3, 2022
“Russian salad off the menu too. Seems to be from Kashi art cafe in Kochi, Kerala. Very nice place I’ve been to many times over the years. Heartfelt, perhaps, but totally ridiculous,” wrote a Twitter user.
Russian salad on the menu too. It seems to be from Kashi art cafe in Kochi, Kerala. A very nice place I have been to many times over the years. Sincere, perhaps, but totally ridiculous. (via @VJ290481) pic.twitter.com/6TgBy1xhOj—Edward Anderson (@edanderson101) March 3, 2022
“Kashi Art Cafe, Kochi, Kerala has imposed sanctions on Russia and removed ‘Russian salad’ from its menu in solidarity with Ukraine. Putin has called for an emergency all-leaders meeting to discuss the crisis arose due to this sanction,” one Twitter user joked sarcastically.
Kashi Art Cafe, Kochi, Kerala has imposed sanctions on Russia and removed ‘Russian salad’ from its menu in solidarity with Ukraine. Putin called for an emergency meeting of all leaders to discuss the crisis that arose due to this sanction.#UkraineRussianWar— Worthy Brawls (@Befittingbrawls) March 6, 2022
As the international community continues to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine with its myriad sanctions and bans on sporting events like the FIFA World Cup, UEFA, other niche events are also following. movement. The International Cat Federation has announced a ban on Russian cats from participating in international competitions. Condemning the invasion of Ukraine as an “unprecedented act of aggression”, the International Feline Federation (FIFe) has imposed sanctions on Russian cats. Recently, Russian vodka was trending on Twitter as users in the United States and Canada boycotted the famous alcoholic drink to show their support for Ukraine.
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