[Intel's response also covers Altera, which was acquired in December 2015]
For over a decade all of Intel’s sales in Russia had been through distributors who are required to comply with US export controls. Intel has suspended all shipments to customers in both Russia and Belarus and Intel will continue to comply with all applicable export regulations and sanctions in the countries in which it operates. This includes compliance with the sanctions and export controls against Russia and Belarus issued by the US and allied nations.
Our commitment to human rights embodies common principles laid out in external guidelines such as the UN Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights. While we do not always know nor can we control what products our customers create or the applications end-users may develop, Intel does not support or tolerate our products being used to violate human rights...