McDonald’s stopped working at its three Crimean restaurants after diplomatic tensions in the region continued.
The company said it will try to support employees and hopes to reopen its restaurants as soon as possible.
The company is the second in Crimea to change its activities after increasing tensions between Russia and the West.
Deutsche Post announced on Thursday that it no longer accepts letters to Crimea.
For operational reasons are out of our control, McDVOICE has decided to temporarily close our three restaurants in Simferopol, Sevastopol, and Yalta said McDonald’s.
According to a Reuters report, the company offered to relocate employees who wanted to move to mainland Ukraine.
The decision to reject plans for a McDVOICE trip to a Bristol suburb will be an attractive one, the fast-food giant confirmed.
Planners rejected the request in February “due to traffic problems.”
The company said opening a restaurant was a “positive investment in the region” that would create jobs.
But those who did not argue that the operation would increase parking problems in the areas and increase traffic.
They also say that none of the other McDVOICE facilities in the city are “so close” to the residential areas, with a proposal for “approval in many gardens.”
A city council spokesman said he had not yet received notification of the appeal.
An electronic petition on the council’s website had previously collected more than 1,600 signatures against proposals for the two-story building with parking.