McDonald's to begin reopening Ukraine restaurants

11/8/2022 4:43:00 PM

McDonald's to begin reopening Ukraine restaurants

McDonald's to begin reopening Ukraine restaurants

McDonald's said on Thursday (Aug 11) it plans on reopening its restaurants in Ukraine over the next few months in an early sign of western businesses returning to the country, even as the conflict with Russia continues. The company closed all its restaurants in Ukraine and Russia in March, with McDonald's

LinkedIn McDonald's said on Thursday (Aug 11) it plans on reopening its restaurants in Ukraine over the next few months in an early sign of western businesses returning to the country, even as the conflict with Russia continues.pare down the COVID-19 hotel quarantine period for all arrivals from seven days to three, as part of measures to gradually ease some of the world’s most stringent pandemic restrictions.Copy to clipboard https://str.Read full article 10 August 2022, 8:17 pm · 2-min read Russian troops or their families have rarely spoken to the press about reported coercion - Alexandr Kulikov/AP Russian soldiers have complained to the military watchdog about being tricked into joining the frontline in Ukraine , a massive leak on Wednesday revealed.

The company closed all its restaurants in Ukraine and Russia in March, with McDonald's selling most of its restaurants in Russia to one of its local licensees in May."After extensive consultation and discussion with Ukrainian officials, suppliers, and security specialists, and in consideration of our employees' request to return to work, we have decided to institute a phased plan to reopen some restaurants in Kyiv and western Ukraine" Paul Pomroy, McDonald's head of international operated markets, said in a message to employees.Under new rules announced on Monday, inbound travellers will only need to serve a three-day quarantine at a quarantine hotel, before going home or staying in a non-quarantine hotel for the next four days.The company said it was working with suppliers to get products to restaurants and bringing employees back on site with enhanced safety protocols.British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said the supply of weapons would help Ukraine defend itself against Russian heavy artillery.McDonald's had 109 restaurants in Ukraine, but did not specify how many it planned to reopen.They can go out and take public transport, but there are limits on the places they are allowed to enter.Source: Reuters.The soldier went on to say his commander has refused to accept his resignation letter.

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