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22 Mar 2022

Renault statement

Thank you for reaching out and for your interest in Renault Group.

As operator in Ukraine and Russia, we’ve read your questions thoroughly. Given the day-by-day evolution of the conflict, we study the developments of the situation and steer our course of action in real time with the priority of protecting our employees.  Given your timeframe, responding to your form is too early at this stage. We are  implementing all the necessary measures to comply with European and international sanctions. As stated, our first priority is the safety of our employees. Some have been repatriated and we remain in constant contact with all those who remained in Ukraine. We are also supporting the civilians through the Renault Group foundation in Romania and Poland.  We’ve set up donation collection, supported the local Red Cross and provided accommodation and translation assistance to the Ukrainian refugees.

Thank you for considering our answer.

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