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Disclosure

13 Apr 2022

Author:
Bayer

Bayer statement

...We continue to prioritize the safety of our 700 colleagues in Ukraine and will continue to provide them and their families with financial aid, shelter, and evacuation assistance. In response to the humanitarian crisis, Bayer has established a 3 Million Euro Disaster Relief Fund and provided both monetary assistance and donations of health products like antibiotics to help up to 27,000 Ukrainian patients...

Furthermore, Bayer colleagues have set up a platform where employees can offer housing to colleagues from Ukraine and their families who may need temporary shelter while country organizations and employee-led initiatives are organizing local volunteering campaigns.

Our seeds and agricultural inputs stand ready for the planting season for farmers in Ukraine and we hope that the Ukrainian farmers will be able to secure the 2022 harvest. We are prepared to support them as the window for planting is closing in only a few weeks...

As a response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Bayer stopped all spending in Russia and Belarus that is not related to supplying essential products in health and agriculture.

This includes

  • Suspending all advertising and other promotional activities.
  • Halting capital investment projects indefinitely.
  • Not pursuing any new business opportunities...

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