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Siemens claims that turbines were delivered to occupied Crimea against company's will
22:26, 10 July 2017
Siemens claims that turbines were delivered to occupied Crimea against company's will

The company intends to open the criminal investigation against people involved in the incident

22:26, 10 July 2017

Siemens Gas Turbine
PowerTechnology

The German company Siemens claimed that at least two gas--turbines plants for project in Russia were delivered through occupied Crimea against the will of the company. The press release of the company stated this as Reuters reported.

'We received the assurances from the customer during a few months that there will be not deliveries to Crimea . Siemens intends to open the criminal investigation against people involved in the incident', the company noted.

Moreover, Siemens will strive for the abolishment of the supplies from the territory of occupied Crimea.

The mass media reported that Russia delivered two turbines for the power plants that were produced by the German company Siemens in occupied Crimea.

The German concern claimed that the information in mass media about the supply of the turbines in occupied Crimea does not correspond to the reality.

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