Lucerne, 24 March 2022

Our position on the war in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine has further escalated in these last days and the suffering of the affected people has reached new levels. We continue to condemn Russia's military aggression with the utmost clarity and have decided to suspend all deliveries to Russia. At the same time, we continue to fully support the sanctions towards Russia expressed by the international community including Switzerland.

In parallel, we have begun to provide individual help on a local basis, also in the form of food donations, to the affected people in Ukraine and neighbouring countries. We continue to stand with the people affected by this terrible war and hope that all parties will quickly return to a path of de-escalation and peace.

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