All heads of international companies that have not stopped working in Russia have been invited to Ukraine: NAPC statement

Volodymyr PaziyLife
NAPC invites CEOs of international companies to Ukraine
NAPC invites CEOs of international companies to Ukraine

The National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) has sent letters to companies that are on the list of international sponsors of the war. The agency suggests that the heads of such companies visit Ukraine and see the consequences of Russian aggression with their own eyes and discuss the exit of business from the terrorist country Russia.

"If someone thinks that the war is somewhere far away, it is not so. This war touches everyone, and its consequences are felt by the whole world. We want to clearly show international business where and for what the taxes they pay to the terrorist state go. That is why we are inviting the management of companies on the list of sponsors of the war to Ukraine. We are ready to demonstrate the horror that Russia has brought to our land and continues to do so", - said the head of the NAPC Oleksandr Novikov.

The appeal also notes that the NAPC is open for dialog on the strategies of companies on the list of sponsors of the war on withdrawal from the Russian Federation. The Agency hopes to hear relevant public statements by companies regarding condemnation of the Russian aggression against Ukraine, to see corporate decisions on business activities in the Russian Federation (e.g., reduction of activities or withdrawal from the market).

The initiative is fully in line with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, which responsible businesses should respect. According to them, in order to assess human rights risks, business enterprises should, inter alia, engage in meaningful consultation with potentially affected groups and other relevant stakeholders.

Note that the list of international war sponsors is a tool introduced by the NAPC to induce international companies that continue to operate in Russia, pay taxes, and support the occupying forces with goods and services (as in the case of preferential bank loans for the Russian military) to withdraw from Russia.

As OBOZREVATEL reported, British companies are afraid to trade with Ukraine "because of the threat of banks closing accounts that are not at risk. Banks are forcibly closing accounts of British firms trading with Ukrainian partners because of concerns about Russian sanctions and money laundering.

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