If not rasssettsa I will write a complaint to the UN. Blatant discrimination against the Russian people. ... If not rasssettsa I will write a complaint to the UN. Blatant discrimination against the Russian people.
I have a similar problem.
In short, there is a router, the Internet wire goes to the WiFi router. Then the wire goes from the router to the computer, and from the tablet I sit via WiFi. On your computer, YouTube works quietly. And on a Huawei tablet, "YouTube.com is restricted in your country." From the tablet I can only go to YouTube via vpn. What's the catch? It comes from the computer, although both the computer and the tablet are connected to the router.
Try it in a browser. If it does not work, then the provider is blocking. Then try with a VPN. If it still doesn't work, then the problem is either on a specific device or on the network.
Of course. Collided. I think not. YouTube is dictated by the copyright holder. Ukrainians love to do this. And now the Americans and the Europeans must have undertaken to prevent Russia from accessing their content.