Blocking Russian IP Ukrainian provider. The global situation or parochial tyranny?

I'm not sure that the problem is global, so I won't clog victims.

I work in a distributed world office. One of our Ukrainian developers today said that not a single Russian IP with his ISP (Frigate, Dnepropetrovsk) is not pinged.
Tracy stop on the inside of the IPA: Judging by the stunning ports on this IPE is a router. I have the feeling that the provider is just not mersrutiyet traffic to a Russian IP.

Actually the question is global if it is a situation faced anyone in the Ukraine similar? Or is it the tyranny of the local provider? It is clear that blocked there will not unsubscribe, but maybe those who have access to ask around at their Ukrainian acquaintances? Naturally interested in information about blocked if You have everything working, then unsubscribe is not necessary. To test can, for example, the ISP .

Blockcheck from said
[⚠] Your ISP is blocking foreign DNS servers.
[⚠] Your provider "normal" DPI.
September 19th 19 at 13:23
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September 19th 19 at 13:25
damn maybe it was worth the dash to inform , not to raise a panic

Tracing route to with the maximum number of jumps 30

1 <1 MS <1 MS <1 MS router.local.lan []
2 <1 MS <1 MS <1 178 MS.***.220.1
3 37 ms 105 ms 230 ms ge-0-0-1-21.cr1-*** [178.***.192.1
4 12 ms 6 ms 6 ms ge-1-0-7-4.br1-*** [178.***.192.14
5 7 ms 8 ms 7 ms
6 14 ms 14 ms 14 ms [
7 26 ms 27 ms 25 ms []
8 * 32 ms * []
9 30 ms 30 ms 30 ms
So You have the same, judging by IPAM, not "Frigate"? - denis_Adams commented on September 19th 19 at 13:28
not a Frigate , which tells dash about the impossibility to access ? - Berta.Blan commented on September 19th 19 at 13:31
: We protein-hysteric, much ashamed. Within 20 minutes after a call to the dash it went. Thank You for the wise, albeit obvious advice. Will have less to read before Breakfast of the Soviet Newspapers. - denis_Adams commented on September 19th 19 at 13:34

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