Apple has suspended the sale of any of its products in Russia along with access to Apple Pay and other services. The company announced its decision Tuesday amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine and added pressure on other tech companies to contribute.

All Apple products on the company's online store in Russia are listed as “unavailable.”

“We have taken a number of actions in response to the invasion. We have paused all product sales in Russia,” an Apple spokesperson told CNBC news in a statement.

"Last week, we stopped all exports into our sales channel in the country. Apple Pay and other services have been limited. RT News and Sputnik News are no longer available for download from the App Store outside Russia. And we have disabled both traffic and live incidents in Apple Maps in Ukraine as a safety and precautionary measure for Ukrainian citizens,” the spokesperson added.

Apple's move follows moves by other top companies. Computer maker Dell suspended its sales in Ukraine and Russia last week. Nike suspended sales in Russia.

Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter have also limited content shared by Russian media in order to restrict “pro-Russian propaganda.”

Ukraine's Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov also tweeted on Tuesday at Apple CEO Tim Cook saying that he should “finish the job and block @AppStore access in Russia. They kill our children, now kill their access!”