As the Russia-Ukraine war continues, Apple CEO Tim Cook made an important statement regarding the victims of the war.
The war between Russia and Ukraine, which started yesterday morning and still continues, is on the agenda of the whole world. The social media platform Twitter suspended the accounts that shared images from the regions where the war was raging in Ukraine, and then apologized, stating that this was done by mistake.
Meta-affiliated Facebook enabled the “Lock Your Profile” feature in Ukraine, allowing users to close their profiles to everyone except their friends. In addition, Turkcell and Türk Telekom announced that they will provide free internet, minutes and calls to their customers in Ukraine. Another move came from technology giant Apple.
Tim Cook: We will support relief efforts
Apple CEO Tim Cook made a statement on his social media account regarding the Russia-Ukraine war. Stating that he is closely following the events in the country, Cook stated that he is worried about the people who are victims of war in Ukraine and supports everyone who wants peace.
Tim Cook said in his statement, “I am very interested in what is happening in Ukraine. We are doing our best for our teams there and will also support local humanitarian efforts. I think about the people who have been harmed and I agree with anyone who wants peace.” used the phrases.
The war, which started with the decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin to organize a military operation in the Donbass region in Ukraine, drew the world’s reaction. The hashtag “#NoWar (No to War)” on social media soon became the number one agenda. On the other hand, Turkish brands operating in Ukraine also closed their stores for security reasons.