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13 Jan 2023


Public statement from PortaOne


We are a business founded by Ukrainian immigrants, with a significant base of operations in Ukraine and hundreds of employees who have greatly suffered as a result of Putin’s criminal attack on Ukraine, including Russia’s use of Iranian drones. We have not, and will not provide any products or services to or for use in or by Iran, including Iran’s telephone company, Ariantel.

We are proud to have a well-established due diligence process for ensuring that PortaOne does not violate international sanctions or assist authoritarian regimes. For example, immediately upon Putin’s invasion of Ukraine in February, 2022, we terminated provision of products and services to Russian companies and cooperation with Russian technology companies.

PortaOne develops and provides two products and professional services therefore.