Dell Technologies said it had ended all operations in Russia after closing its offices earlier this month, becoming the latest Western company to leave Russia in the face of Moscow’s all-out invasion of Ukraine.
Dell, an American computer company, is the main server supplier in Russia.
It suspended sales in Ukraine and Russia in February as it monitors the situation to determine its next moves.
Dell spokesman Mike Siemienas told Reuters: “In February, we made the decision not to sell, service or support products in Russia, Belarus and the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine, apart from Crimea, has been embargoed.
State news agency TASS quoted Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Vasily Shpak as saying, “We are monitoring the development of the situation.”
“According to our data, the majority of Dell’s R&D center specialists and support engineers in St.Petersburg and Moscow have received job offers with competitive salaries from Russian manufacturers,” he said. said more.
Hundreds of mainly Western companies said they would end or suspend operations in Russia after the West announced a series of sanctions that have paralyzed Moscow over the gratuitous war in Ukraine.