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12 Jun 2023

Mitsubishi Electric Group

Mitsubishi Electric Group response

The Japanese export control law and regulations restrict sales to Russia as the final destination. The rules of Japanese law and regulations are in line with US and EU sanctions against Russia. Mitsubishi Electric Group judges the propriety of transaction based on the law and regulations of Europe, United States and Japan in the event of all transaction to Russia as the final destination for all business located around the world.

In addition, considering the risk of detour export, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation is conducting export control procedure to check the destination, End-use and customer attributes for all transaction including domestic transaction in Japan.

For your information, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation is responding to the products listed on line 22 of page 22 of the list issued by the Russian government. There are hundreds of companies with MITSUBISHI in their names, but each are separate entity. We understand that products on the list with MITSUBISHI other than those above are products from separate company of the MITSUBISHI entire group.