Company says British sanctions compel it to remove the social media app from its store globally

Apple has removed VK, Russia’s homegrown Facebook competitor, from its App Store globally, citing conflicts with British sanctions.

In a statement on the social network’s website, the company said the app would continue to work on smartphones that had already installed it before the takedown, but warned users that “there may be difficulties with notifications and payments” as a result.

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