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Stop Business
With Russia

We call on all responsible businesses to stop
supporting Putin’s criminal war regime in Russia.

A Movement To Help
Put Pressure on Russia

Russia has committed gross violations of international law and war crimes by invading Ukraine.  Any tax revenue you create for the Russian state is funding the war.  Tanks.  Bullets.  Planes.  In today’s world, no responsible business can continue to operate in Russia.  We are on a mission to support international businesses exiting Russia and promote public awareness of the ones that still have not done so.

SBWR is a project of the registered charitable foundation Destiny.UA (“Ukrainska Dolya”), Ukrainian company registration #44801432.

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SBWR response to Buzzi Unicem

On 10 March 2023, Buzzi Unicem (the “Company” or “Buzzi”) published a press release in response to, amongst others, our report of 6 February 2023. We prepared a response addressing key narratives in the press-release and propose to Buzzi's decision makers to address several key questions regarding its corporate position on the Russian war in Ukraine.

Buzzi Unicem, a Company, whose Russian business is contributing to Russian war crimes in Ukraine

Our research identified Buzzi’s dealings with the Russian Ministry of Defense and state-owned enterprises, and most shockingly – mobilization of its own employees and Company’s funds being spent supplying and aiding such mobilized soldiers.

SWBR response to Rockwool

On 28 November 2022, a week after we published our research on Rockwool, the Company responded to it with a series of arguments defending their business with Russia. In our response, we explain why each of Rockwool's arguments is flawed.

Rockwool, keeping Russia warm while Russia is freezing Europe

Rockwool is a leading global stone wool insulation manufacturer, who operates 4 manufacturing facilities and employs thousands of people in Russia. On 4 March 2022, Rockwool made a statement announcing continuing operations in Russia despite the invasion. Rockwool Russia had business dealings with the Russian military and indirectly supports Russian mobilized reservists. We call on Rockwool to leave Russia, a country that is already recognized by some EU member states as a terrorist state. Time to make the right choice is now.

Legrand, one of the leading suppliers and manufacturers of electrical products in Russia

Legrand, a French-based global manufacturer of electrical components and digital infrastructure products is "Digging In" according to the Yale list. The company failed to make any statements in relation to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Legrand continued to invest in Russia after the 2014 illegal annexation of Crimea and said it was planning to open a new plant in 2022. Legrand appeared on the list of Western suppliers of Almaz Antey, a manufacturer of Buk missiles, one of which was used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17. We call on Legrand as a socially responsible business committed to ESG to do the right thing and exit Russia, a country which started an aggressive war against Ukraine, is openly hostile to the West and commits human rights abuses in Ukraine and Russia itself.

Mondelez International

Mondelez International, Inc. (“Mondelez” or “the Company”), through its subsidiaries, manufactures, markets, and sells snack food and beverage products in Latin America, North America, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. Mondelez provides biscuits, including cookies, crackers, and salted snacks; chocolates; and gums and candies, as well as various cheese and grocery, and powdered beverage products. The Company’s portfolio includes (but is not limited to) iconic brands like Cadbury, Milka, and Toblerone chocolates; Oreo, belVita, Triscuits and LU biscuits; Halls candies; Trident gums; and Tang powdered beverages. Mondelez, formerly known as Kraft Foods Inc., changed its name to Mondelez International, Inc. in October 2012. The Company is currently headquartered in Chicago, Illinois; as of 31 December 2021, the Company generated ~$29B in revenue and ~$4B in net income.

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