The Finnish company has exported truck spare parts worth several million euros to Russia
The journalists got acquainted with the list of spare parts that arrived in Russia and concluded that the names of the spare parts supplied by “HD-Parts” largely coincide with the names of the goods that are prohibited to be exported to Russia.
“HD-Parts” categorically denies violating the sanctions imposed on Russia.
The company’s founder and chairman of the board, Lase Lindkvist, stated that the Finnish customs service has checked every shipment of spare parts and given permission for export to Russia.
Finnish customs officials, on the other hand, refused to comment on the findings of the journalists, only noting that they carry out the necessary checks if the goods specified in the export declarations of the companies could be subject to the export ban.
After the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, a series of sanctions have been introduced against it. While exports of goods subject to sanctions to Russia are roaring, volumes have grown rapidly to countries that continue to trade with Russia. This has raised concerns about the circumvention of sanctions, which the European Commission hopes to limit with new measures.
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