Chinese drone maker DJI said that the company will temporarily suspend all business activities in Russia and Ukraine as it reassesses “compliance efforts in light of current hostilities” in a Tuesday announcement. The company is also engaging with affected customers, partners, and stakeholders. DJI and some of its retailers were flooded with negative comments on social media after Mykhailo Fedorov, the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine, said Russian troops were “using DJI products in order to navigate their missile” in a March 16 Twitter post. German consumer electronics retail brand MediaMarktSaturn stopped selling DJI’s products a week later. [DJI press release]