Uralkali recognises that ethical business practices must be followed to ensure open and trusting relationships with stakeholders.

The Company adheres to the principles of honesty and openness and strictly monitors the performance of its obligations towards all stakeholders. Uralkali is intolerant to any form of corruption and fraud and strictly observes all laws and regulations governing the Company’s operations.

The creation of a comfortable working environment in which the principles of protecting human rights, diversity and equality of opportunities and interaction with all stakeholders are respected is one of the key Uralkali’s priorities.

The responsibility for managing business ethics and monitoring implementation of control procedures is divided between several subdivisions and governance bodies including the Security Directorate, the Legal and Corporate Directorate, the HR and Communications Directorate, and Ethical Commissioners.

Business ethics matters are also monitored at the level of the Board of Directors and Board committees.

Human Rights Policy
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Code of Corporate Culture
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Anti-Corruption Policy
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