RSK stands unequivocally with the people of Ukraine as they face immense suffering following the invasion by Russia. The ethos in our organisation is very simple, we strive to always do the right thing, for our people, our clients, and for society at large. This concept has guided us in determining how to act in response to this crisis.
Our primary concern has been for the safety and wellbeing of our colleagues, clients and the communities directly affected by this situation. RSK will continue to do all that we can to help those in need, including providing on-the-ground support from our offices in Central Europe and the provision of financial support to charities helping refugees. We are also immensely proud of the outpouring of support shown from colleagues across the group.
Furthermore, we will cease work in Russia alongside our clients who are also in the process of withdrawing from the country. RSK will not bid for new work in Russia or Belarus, nor will we pursue work with Russian-controlled entities. We will not abandon the small number of colleagues we have in Russia, individuals who are very much part of the RSK family and not responsible for the actions of their Government.
Above all, we hope for an immediate end to the invasion and for peace to be restored as quickly as possible.