New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, the governor of New Hampshire, signed an executive order Saturday directing state Liquor & Wine Outlets to stop selling Russian-made or Russian-branded spirits.”New Hampshire stands with the people of Ukraine in their fight for freedom,”The governor tweeted in part. “Sorry, we don’t serve Russian products here.”Ukrainians are bracing for another night of assaults as Russian troops close in on the capital of Kyiv and skirmishes erupt on the city’s outskirts.Small groups of Russian soldiers were reported Saturday in the capital, where the quiet was sporadically pierced by the sound of gunfire. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy insisted the country’s fight would go on as he continued to press for help.Much remained clouded by the fog of war, but scores were reported killed and the United Nations said some 120,000 Ukrainians were driven from their homes to neighboring countries. It is not clear how much territory Russia may have seized. The United States is offering support to their friends and family by donating money and supplies and expressing outrage. As Russia invades its neighbor, they are pleading with the world for more. There is also a sense that they are powerless as war unfolds thousands miles away. This report was compiled by The Associated Press.
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New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed an executive directive Saturday directing the state’s Liquor & Wine Outlets locations to eliminate Russian-made and Russian branded spirits.
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Sununu tweeted that he had signed an order instructing outlets to begin removing Russian liquors from their stores until further notice.
“New Hampshire stands with the people of Ukraine in their fight for freedom,” the governor tweetedIn part.
There are 67 New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet locationsThey are located in Massachusetts and are a popular stop for Massachusetts tourists looking to avoid alcohol taxes.
New Hampshire is one 17 so-called alcoholic beverages control states in the United States.
Some bars and liquor stores in New England have also removed Russian liquor from their shelves in an attempt to punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.
Magic Mountain, a Vermont ski resort, posted a Twitter video showing an employee pouring Stolichnaya (an old Soviet brand vodka) down the drain. “Sorry, we don’t serve Russian products here.”
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Ukrainians are bracing for another night of assaults as Russian troops close in on the capital of Kyiv and skirmishes erupt on the city’s outskirts.
Small groups of Russian soldiers were reported to have been seen in the capital on Saturday. The quiet was occasionally disturbed by gunfire. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy insisted the country’s fight would go on as he continued to press for help.
While much of the country was still engulfed in war fog, many were killed and some 120,000 Ukrainians were expelled from their homes to be with their neighbors. It is not known how much territory Russia may have seized.
Americans living in Ukraine are praying for their family and friends, donating money and supplies, as well as expressing outrage. As Russia invades its neighbor, they are pleading with the world for more. As war unfolds thousands miles away, there is also a sense dread.
This report was compiled by the Associated Press.