In connection with the military aggression of the Russian Federation in Ukraine martial law was imposed from 05 hours 30 minutes on February 24, 2022 in accordance with the Law of Ukraine dated February 24, 2022 No. 2102-IX “On approval of the Decree of the President of Ukraine “On the imposition of martial law in Ukraine”.
The appointed conformity assessment body Uni-Cert LLC announces the introduction of business continuity planning measures aimed at minimizing risks for customers and employees while maintaining all critical business processes. Our team has moved to remote work has access to the Internet and do everything possible to support work processes.
At the same time, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Ukraine confirms that these circumstances from February 24, 2022 to their official end are extraordinary, unavoidable and objective circumstances that prevent the implementation of contracts and regulations due to force majeure.
Accordingly, part of the planned work primarily surveillance procedures, are performed on schedule. Certain adjustments are possible.
The term of all other works, in accordance with the section “Force Majeure” of the agreements, has been extended for a period equal to the term of military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine established by law.
At the same time Uni-Cert LLC does not waive its obligations in any way full-fledged work will be resumed as soon as possible.
Ukraine’s healthcare system is stable. The coordinated work of public authorities as well as enterprises, institutions and organizations belonging to the sphere of their management is a significant contribution to ensuring the rights and freedoms of Ukrainian citizens and unites us in the face of the enemy.
We hope for mutual understanding and further fruitful cooperation.
Glory to Ukraine!
Director of Uni-Cert LLC
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