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Ukraine seeks balanced resolution against companies working in Crimea, - Foreign Minister
18:52, 2 February 2018

Ukraine seeks balanced resolution against companies working in Crimea, - Foreign Minister

Klimkin cannot disclose the details of the process

18:52, 2 February 2018

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Pavlo Klimkin, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine claimed that Ukraine seeks the balanced resolution against German companies Adidas and Volkswagen that work in occupied Crimea as Rheinische Post reported.

'Any attempt to avoid one or another sanction imposed in the result of the annexation of Crimea can be punished by the law. We possess the wide range of the legal mechanics that we can use', Klimkin said.

Related: Russia's government transfers nationalized plant in Crimea owned by Poroshenko to federal property

He also claimed that the Foreign Ministry is in the process of the finding of the balanced resolution to punish the German companies. But he cannot disclose the details as 'particular confidentiality is needed in this case'.

As we reported Adidas and Volkswagen Companies officially denied the accusations of Klimkin who claimed that retailers work in the occupied Crimea.

Related: U.S. sanctions against Russia for Crimea's annexation to remain until Ukraine regains peninsula

However, the SBU began the investigation of the possible operation of Adidas, DHL, and Puma companies in the occupied peninsula on January 13.

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