Israeli tech firms have much to lose in Ukraine
Computer programmer Peter Kolomiets, a Russian-speaking Israeli who is currently living in Kharkiv, Ukraine, is concerned. In recent days, people in the border city in the east of the country have stocked up with canned foods, toilet paper and some are planning to flee westwards to Kiev, or Poland, or even east to East Asia.
“When you see on TV, 100,000 Russian troops massing on the border, 30 minutes away from you, it’s very stressful,” he told “Globes.”
From an article in the Jerusalem Post
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