A little less than a week ago, Apple restored all VKontakte services in the App Store, but did not explain the reason for this decision.

Now, Apple spokesman Peter Ajemian, in a statement emailed to The Verge, has clarified the situation:

Upon extraction by a developer in the United Arab Emirates, discovered that the controlling stake is not owned or involved in the sanctions sources. Thus, the applications have been restored to the App Store.

— Peter Ajemian

In other words, the company is not sanctioned and can be found more freely in the app store. [The Verge]

Source: Iphones RU

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