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The resolve of the Ukrainian community in northeast Ohio is growing and is now calling for a boycott against Nestle, which continues to do business in Russia selling essential foods there.
On its website, Nestle says it is not making a profit from the foodstuffs that include baby food and medical-related nutritional food.
About 30 members of the Ukrainian community, including several from the Cleveland Maidan Association, picketed in front of the Nestle’s Plant and offices on the west side of Cleveland on April 7.
Ukrainians are calling on European nations to unite and push for Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s demise because they see him as the modern-day Adolf Hitler and believe he won’t stop his military aggression at just Ukraine, which he invaded on Feb. 24.