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Siemens claims to stop supplies of power equipment to Russian government companies
12:10, 21 July 2017
Siemens claims to stop supplies of power equipment to Russian government companies

Siemens emerges from the joint Russian enterprise Interautomatic

12:10, 21 July 2017

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Siemens claimed to stop the supplies of the power equipment to the Russian government companies. It is reported at the statement of the company.

Siemens will emerge from the joint Russian enterprise Interautomatic (the share of Siemens is 45.7%) that was one of the contractors at the supply of the gas turbines to Crimea, according to Reuters.

Also, the German concern reported that all four combined cycle turbines that were made for Krasnodar Krai were locally modified and illegally supplied to Crimea, violating the agreement.

‘This action is the serious violation of the agreements with Siemens on supplies and it shattered the confidence and violated the EU laws’, the message reported.

The German Siemens concern claimed that the information in the mass media about the turbines supply to occupied Crimea does not correspond with reality. Also, Siemens denies signing the agreement with Techpromexport on equipment supply for the building of the electric power plants in Crimea. It is noted that Siemens respects the decision of sanctions and will observe them.

Related: Siemens considers possibility of withdrawal from assets in Russia

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