The United Nations (UN) General Assembly overwhelmingly adopted a resolution on 2 March 2022 demanding that Russia immediately ends its military operations in the Ukraine (see here). Unfortunately, the Ukraine represents the largest refugee crises since the second world war (see the refugee data here).
Tech Tour Europe SA as a Brussels-based company is donating € 10 thousand to the NGO Techfugees (see news here) to make a humble contribution to the Ukrainian refugees in need of assistance.
The Council of the European Union with unanimous support of its 27 Member States, followed by Switzerland, the UK and US and other countries, have taken a series of unprecedented measures in response to the crises (see here). The Council is listing both people and entities that are subject to an asset freeze and a travel ban because their actions have undermined Ukraine's territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence. The list of these sanctioned persons and entities are kept under constant review and are subject to periodic renewals by the Council. They are listed in a series of Council Resolutions (see here)
As Tech Tour organises in person or online services, sessions and events (hereafter called the Tech Tour Activities) where we may have investors or companies taking part who may be controlled by, or benefit, these persons or entities concerned by these entities or persons, we ask all beneficiaries of Tech Tour Activities to abide by the following 4 articles: