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27 Jan 2021

Response by Daimler AG

Daimler AG is closely following the developments in Belarus. We are concerned about the current situation and hope that there will be a de-escalation and a peaceful solution for the people of Belarus.

Daimler AG is strongly committed to integrity and compliance as it is laid down in Daimler’s Integrity Code. As a global corporation, we strictly comply with national and international economic sanctions, including current sanction regimes on Belarus. For Daimler AG, doing business and exporting products compliant to national and international laws has always been the basis for responsible business conduct. Furthermore, Daimler AG is firmly committed to the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and has the ambition and objective to ensure that human rights are respected in all our Group companies, by our partners and by our suppliers.