Ukraine’s ambassador to Japan criticises Uniqlo for continuing to trade in Russia

Originally published on Sora News by Oona McGee

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Ambassador takes aim at Japan’s richest man, questioning the decision to value pants and T-shirts over Ukrainian lives. 

As Ukraine’s most senior representative in Japan, Ambassador Sergiy Korsunsky has been making his views heard about the conflict erupting in his homeland, and he’s not one to mince words.

▼ Yes, this is the same man who dressed as a samurai and posted this message to his official Twitter account before the invasion began.

We know what we are fighting for. How about Russia?
私たちは何のために戦っているのかを知っています。ロシアはどうですか? pic.twitter.com/8FEInU3bWn

— セルギー・コルスンスキー駐日ウクライナ特命全権大使 (@KorsunskySergiy) February 15, 2022

So when news broke of Uniqlo’s decision to keep its stores open

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