Also, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin has spoken out against the widespread application of sanctions against Russians. Furthermore, On Twitter, the developer expressed his thoughts.
More so, The Netherlands recently announced that all Russian visa applications would be suspended. Also, These visas were only valid for a few days.
After the embassy’s whole visa section was ejected from the Russian Federation, Gilles Beschoor Plug, the Dutch Ambassador to Russia, said the embassy made the “difficult and regrettable choice” to discontinue visa services.
Russia and visas
So, Buterin took to Twitter to express his dissatisfaction with the situation.
One of the network’s experts pointed out that many Russians living in Europe are actively expressing their support for the Russian authorities’ statements.
Vitalik Buterin suggested that parents respond to such people by attempting to show their children a different perspective on what is going on.
Politics and Vitalik Buterin
The developer previously stated that Ethereum is beyond politics, but he is not.
Also, The network announced in early April that the developer had given 1500 ETH.
Of course, which is about $4.3 million at today’s exchange rate to support Ukraine.
Also, Putin’s warmongering has been denounced by Vitalik Buterin on several occasions.
Buterin had previously condemned the “special military operation” undertaken by Russian forces in Ukraine, calling it a “crime against the Ukrainian and Russian people.” Despite the fact that he was born in Russia, the 28-year-old programmer closed his statement by saying, “Glory to Ukraine.”
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