The owner of a number of dating apps is pulling out of Russia citing human rights concerns.
Tinder owner Match Group has said it will quit the country by June 30th this year.
It is one of many western firms to leave since Moscow invaded Ukraine last February.
In its latest impact report, Match Group said: "We are committed to protecting human rights.
"Our brands are taking steps to restrict access to their services in Russia and will complete their withdrawal from the Russian market by June 30, 2023".
Several digital service providers - such as such as Spotify and Netflix - pulled out of Russia shortly after Moscow invaded in Ukraine.
Match Group brands include dating applications such as Tinder, Hinge, Match and PlentyOfFish.
The group saw its total revenue for 2022 jump to US$3.2 billion (€2.90bn).
This is up from US$3 billion (€2.72bn) in 2021, and US$2.4 billion (€2.17bn) back in 2020.
CEO Bernard Kim said: "I am incredibly proud of Match Group's deep-rooted dedication and passion to champion meaningful connections for every single person worldwide.
"Through our relentless focus on fostering an inclusive, sustainable, and collaborative workplace culture, strict attention to trust and safety across our portfolio of apps, and a commitment to delivering on responsible business practices, Match Group is striving to build a strong foundation for which we can continue to grow from for years to come," he added.
The US-headquartered company says its services are available in over 40 languages to users all over the world.