Elon Musk asked by Twitter users to deactivate all Teslas in Russia, following the country's invasion of Ukraine
Elon Muskhas received several requests to turn off all Teslas in Russia amid the Ukraine invasion.
- Twitter users called for the move, saying it could act as a "
techembargo" for Russia's actions.
A small but impassioned group of Twitter users are urging Elon Musk to deactivate all Teslas in Russia.
The calls come in the wake of the country's continuing attack on Ukraine, which began on February 24.
In a series of tweets to the tech mogul, several users asked Musk to "turn off every single Tesla in Russia."
One said: "Please turn off and deactivate all
Another requested the deactivation as a sort of "tech embargo" on Russia.
Musk, however, is yet to respond to the requests. Tesla did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment, made outside of normal working hours.
Since Russia conducted a "special military operation" on Ukraine, Musk has been helping Ukrainians by providing them with internet access. Refugees can also access free charging for both Tesla and non-Tesla vehicles in neighboring countries.
Last week, the SpaceX founder said he was providing Ukraine with the Starlink satellite service after the military action disrupted internet service across the country.
Musk responded to a request from a Ukrainian government official for
"We hope that this helps give you the peace of mind to get to a safe location," Tesla wrote in the email, Electrek reported.
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