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Martial law

notification of force majeure

According to the rules of Article 14¹ of the Law of Ukraine "On Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Ukraine" of 02.12. 1997 No. 671/97-ВР, force majeure circumstances (circumstances of insuperable force) are extraordinary and unavoidable circumstances that objectively make it impossible to fulfil obligations under the terms of the agreement (contract, agreement, etc.), obligations under legislative and other regulatory acts, namely threat of war, armed conflict or a serious threat of such conflict, including but not limited to enemy attacks, blockades, military embargoes, actions of a foreign enemy, general military mobilisation, military operations, declared and undeclared war, actions of a public enemy, riots, acts of terrorism, sabotage, piracy, riots, invasion, blockade, revolution, rebellion, insurrection, mass riots, curfew, quarantine, established by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, expropriation, compulsory seizure, seizure of enterprises, requisition, public demonstration, blockade, strike, accident, illegal actions of third parties, fire, explosion, long interruptions in transport operations regulated by the terms of relevant decisions and acts of state authorities, closure of sea straits, embargo, prohibition (restriction) of export/import, etc., as well as those caused by exceptional weather conditions and natural disasters, namely epidemic, severe storm, cyclone, hurricane, tornado, storm, flood, snow accumulation, ice, hail, frost, freezing of the sea, straits, ports, passes, earthquake, lightning, fire, drought, subsidence and landslides, other natural disasters, etc.

Notification of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Ukraine dated 28 February 2022, No. 2024/02.0-7.1 that the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (hereinafter - the UCCI) on the basis of Articles 14, 14¹ of the Law of Ukraine "On Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Ukraine" of 02.12. 1997 No. 671/97-ВР, the Charter of the UCCI, hereby certifies force majeure (circumstances of insuperable force): the military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, which became the basis for the introduction of martial law from 05:30 a.m. on 24 February 2022 for a period of 30 days, in accordance with the Decree of the President of Ukraine dated 24 February 2022 No. 64/2022 "On the Introduction of Martial Law in Ukraine", approved by Law of Ukraine No. 2102-IX dated 24 February 2022 (as amended by Decrees No. 133/2022 dated 14 March 2022, approved by Law of Ukraine No. 2119-IX dated 15 March 2022, and No. 259/2022 dated 18 April 2022, approved by Law of Ukraine No. 2212-IX dated 21 April 2022). By the Decree of the President of Ukraine dated 17 May 2022 No. 341/2022 "On Extension of the Martial Law in Ukraine", approved by the Law of Ukraine dated 22 May 2022 No. 2263-IX, the term of martial law in Ukraine was extended for 90 days from 05:30 a.m. on 25 May 2022.

Taking this into account, the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry confirms that the above circumstances from 24 February 2022 until their official termination are extraordinary, unavoidable and objective circumstances for business entities and/or individuals under the contract, a separate tax and/or other obligation, the fulfilment of which has become due in accordance with the terms of the agreement, contract, transaction, legislative or other regulations and the fulfilment of which has become impossible in due time due to the occurrence of such force majeure circumstances (circumstances of insuperable force).

In view of the foregoing, our company confirms that the above circumstances from 24 February 2022 until their official termination are extraordinary, unavoidable and objective circumstances of failure to fulfil its obligations under the contract, certain tax and/or other obligations, which became due under the terms of a public offer, contract, agreement, legislative or other regulatory acts and which became impossible to fulfil within the prescribed timeframe as a result of such force majeure (circumstances of insuperable force).

We assure all interested parties that once the force majeure circumstances cease to exist and our business activities resume in the normal course, we will immediately inform them officially and fulfil our deferred obligations in full.

Sanctions against Russian artists

 

According to the Decree of the President of Ukraine of 19 October 2022 No. 726/2022, the Decree of the President of Ukraine of 7 January 2023 No. 4/2023, and the Decree of the President of Ukraine of 15 January 2023 No. 23/2023, the NSDC decision on personal sanctions against public figures, including Russian artists, was put into effect:

Allehrova Iryna
Babkina Nadiia
Baskov Mykola
Bilan Dmytro
Blodans Evelina
Borysova Dana
Boiarskyi Mykhailo
Buzova Olha
Buinov Oleksandr
Butman Ihor
Vakulenko Vasylyi (Basta)
Veber Mariia
Vynokur Volodymyr
Haharina Polina
Hazmanov Oleh
Halustian Mykhailo
Dolina Larysa
Dubtsova Iryna
Yehorova Snizhana
Zhyhunov Serhii
Zhukov Serhii
Kandelaki Tina
Kipielov Valerii
Kirkorov Pylyp
Kuiek Karolina (Ani Lorak)
Lazarev Serhii
Lepsverydze Hryhoryi (Leps)
Leshchenko Lev
Loza Yurii
Marchenko Oksana
Marshal Oleksandr
Mhoian Zaryfa (Zara)
Mykhailov Stas
Miliavska Lolita
Mikhalkov Mykyta
Netrebko Anna
Okhlobystin Ivan
Petrosian Yevhen
Piekha Stas
Povalii Taisiia
Presniakov Volodymyr
Rybin Viktor
Savycheva Yuliia
Semenovych Anna
Siedokova Anna
Sierov Oleksandr
Skliar Oleksandr
Sosiedov Serhii
Sukhorukov Viktor
Telehina Pelaheia
Topalov Vladyslav
Turetskyi Mykhailo
Uspenska Liubov
Ustymenko-Veinshtein Denys (Dzhyhan)
Fomin Dmytro
Kharatian Dmytro
Kharlamov Harik
Khrulova Olena (Vaienha)
Tsoi Anita
Shurochkina Anna (Niusha)
Shufutynskyi Mykhailo
Yakubovych Leonid and others.

Lists of persons subject to sanctions are available at the following links List №1List №2List №3