In 2014 Russia started military aggression against Ukraine which resulted in the occupation of approximately 7% of Ukraine’s sovereign territory including Crimea and Donbas. As a result of Russia’s illegal actions, the EU has imposed sanctions and other restrictive measures against the Russian Federation.
Despite these sanctions, Russia continues to conduct a brutal occupation policy and deploys significant resources in finding ways to circumvent sanctions.
As a result of Russian manipulation, numerous foreign companies and individuals continue to fall victim to EU sanctions.
In an effort to protect foreign partners and individuals from unwittingly supporting Russia’s illegal actions, Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is launching a new information campaign: Learn — Check — Act.
Learn about restrictions imposed on Russia by the EU and Ukraine.
Check with your counterparts in order to avoid unexpected problems with your business when it comes to dealing with Russia.
Act proactively to safeguard against further aggressive actions by Russia against Ukraine and other European countries.