Russia’s subsidiary Google Alphabet plans to file for bankruptcy, saying the company has become unable to pay employees and suppliers. From the report: According to a statement published on Wednesday in the Russian register Fedresurs, Google has sent a notice of intent to declare itself bankrupt. A Google spokesman said that previous measures by the authorities had seized her bank account, making it impossible to continue working in the country. “Russian authorities have confiscated Google’s bank account in Russia, making it impossible for our office in Russia to function, including the employment and payment of Russian employees, the payment of suppliers and suppliers and the fulfillment of other financial obligations,” said a Google spokesman. The company has already suspended most of its commercial operations in Russia, including all advertising, after the country’s communications censor accused YouTube’s video service of spreading misinformation and inciting protests.