On March 14, 2022 in Cambridge Innovation Center Warsaw at 73 Chmielna Street, on the Prototyping Terrace of Sygnis S.A., representatives of the Polish 3D printing industry signed a joint statement on Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. Eighteen companies from the additive technology industry condemned the actions of the Russian Federation against the Ukrainian people and declared the suspension of economic activity on the markets of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus.
On February 24, 2022 Russia launched an unprovoked, unjustified war against Ukraine. The heroic stand of the Citizens of Ukraine proved to the entire world that evil can and should be resisted. Brutality and aggression were countered by determination and persistence, both military and civilian. They are still fighting in the name of freedom and independence of their nation.
Representatives of the Polish 3D Printing Industry express their opposition and disagreement with the unprovoked invasion on Free and Independent Ukraine by the Russian army. Eighteen companies from the additive technology sector express their solidarity with the Ukrainian people. At the same time they offer full assistance and support to all those who were forced to flee their homeland and seek refuge in Poland. In this difficult and dramatic moment, representatives of the Polish 3D printing industry unanimously declare that each of them and their associates are ready to help and support the Ukrainian citizens.
Until Russia ceases its aggression against Ukraine, none of the signatories to this document will conduct any business, trade or service activities with respect to any Russian or Belarusian entity supporting this brutal and merciless attack.
On February 24, 2022 Russian troops attacked Ukraine, starting the largest armed conflict in Europe in 30 years. In the face of this surprising military aggression, as citizens of Poland and the European Union operating on the common market of new technologies, we, the representatives of the Polish 3D Printing Industry, express our opposition and disagreement with the unprovoked invasion of the Russian army to the Free and Independent Ukraine.
We express our solidarity with the Ukrainian people and deeply sympathize with the families of the slain soldiers and murdered citizens. At the same time, we offer full assistance and support to all those who have been forced to flee their homeland and seek refuge in our country. At this difficult and dramatic moment, we would like to state that each of us and our colleagues is ready to help and support the citizens of Ukraine.
We would like to declare that until Russia stops its aggression against Ukraine, the signatories of this document suspend until further notice their economic activity in the markets of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus and undertake not to start further cooperation with entities registered in the above mentioned countries.
The statement was signed by the companies:
Representatives of 13 companies submitted their signatures in person, and 5 more signed electronically. On the Prototyping Terrace of Sygnis S.A., the following signatories met: Paweł Rokita, Paweł Ślusarczyk, Łukasz Mikłowski, Eryk Wąsek, Paweł Twardo, Paweł Robak, Alicja Sakowicz-Soldatke, Sebastian Mazurek and Andrzej Burgs.