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8 Jan 2024

Russia: Authorities & cos. use ports in Morocco and Turkey to evade sanctions & import Western-made tech products, according to new investigation; incl. co. response

An investigation by the The New York Times revealed how Russian authorities and companies use Moroccan and Turkish ports to import Western electronics despite the imposed ban on ships bound for Russia. This process is called transshipment. Then, prohibited tech goods could be purchased from various suppliers and an obscure Russian e-commerce site called Nag.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited CISCO to comment. Company’s response can be found below.