Finnish-Lithuanian Kesko Senukai leaves Belarus and quits OMA retail chain

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На русском языке: Финско-литовская Kesko Senukai уходит из Беларуси и выходит из состава акционеров торговой сети ОМА
На беларускай мове: Фінска-літоўская Kesko Senukai сыходзіць з Беларусі і выходзіць са складу акцыянераў гандлёвай сеткі ОМА

The Finnish-Lithuanian group of companies Kesko Senukai, which manages a large network of construction stores in the Baltics, has suspended its activities in Belarus and leaves the construction retail chain OMA.

The TV channel LRT reports that the sale of shares in OMA will be completed in the next few months, and all trade relations with the Belarusian construction network, such as purchases and export, were suspended back in April.

In addition, it is reported that the company has suspended purchases of Russian and Belarusian goods in all Baltic countries and actively provides humanitarian aid to Ukrainians.

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