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Adidas, Puma illegally work in annexed Crimea
12:19, 6 December 2017
Adidas, Puma illegally work in annexed Crimea

DHL Express Company has three representative offices, Adidas has six and Puma has one office in Simferopol

12:19, 6 December 2017

rian.com

The German companies Adidas and Puma illegally work in annexed Crimea as the press service of the Ministry of Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs reported.

According to the Ministry, DHL Express Company has three representative offices, Adidas has six and Puma has one office in Simferopol.

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The ministry claimed that the companies that stay in Crimea after the annexation of the peninsula violate the UN resolutions.

'The work of the mentioned foreign companies (DHL Express, Adidas AG, Puma SE) in Crimea contradicts the policy of the non-recognition provided by the UNGA resolution on territorial integrity of Ukraine dated March 27, 2014, and violates the sanctions against Russia established by the EU due to the annexation Crimea and Sevastopol', the message said.

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Also, the ministry appealed to the proper bodies of authority to assume the measures provided inviolability of the state border and national interests of Ukraine.

Adidas Company began to stop its activity in Russia since 2015. Later the company claimed the intention to close 200 shops in Russia until the end of 2017.

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The DHL Express Company did not deny its activity in Crimea and claimed that it offers only some services on express-delivery in Crimea.

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