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MOSCOW, September 17. /TASS/. Russia’s antivirus software company Kaspersky Laboratory will continue working in Ukraine, providing protection to private companies and users, press service of the company told TASS on Thursday.
Kaspersky Laboratory will continue working on the Ukrainian market in full compliance with requirements of local laws, providing protection to commercial companies and private users," a company’s representative said.
Sanctions are pertaining to work with government authorities only, the press service of the Russian antivirus software company said.
Kaspersky Laboratory has been working on the Ukrainian market since 2006.
105 companies are on Ukraine’s sanctions list approved on September 16 by president Petro Poroshenko, including Kaspersky Laboratory.