& quot; Yandex. Taxi & quot; left the Crimea

The Yandex.Taxi service stopped working in the Crimea, its representative Elina Staviskaya told RBC. According to one version, this may be due to Western sanctions, but the company does not comment on this information. The parent company for Yandex is the Dutch Yandex N.V., the company's shares are traded on NASDAQ.
“The service is constantly expanding its geography and, in connection with this, it is testing the service in many cities and regions. Including testing was carried out in the Crimea. At the moment it is completed,” Staviskaya explained. The company has no plans to resume work on the peninsula.
Yandex.Taxi worked for more than five months in the largest cities of Crimea: Simferopol, Sevastopol, Evpatoria, Alushta, Yalta, Feodosia, Sudak and Primorsky.
Currently, the service operates in 46 cities in six countries: in addition to Russia, these are Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine.
The representative of "Yandex" has not yet answered the question - is the withdrawal of the company from the Crimea connected with sanctions.
RBC
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