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Siemens files lawsuit against Technopromexport due to supply of turbines to occupied Crimea
17:03, 11 July 2017
Siemens files lawsuit against Technopromexport due to supply of turbines to occupied Crimea

The lawsuit aims against the management of the company

17:03, 11 July 2017

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The Germany concern Siemens filed the lawsuit against the representatives of the Techopromexport Company due to the supply of the gas-turbines plants to Crimea. The representative of the press service of Siemens Wolfram Trost as TASS reported.

‘The lawsuit is filed. As we announced earlier it aims against all people who are responsible for this. Exactly, it aims against the management of Technopromexport. The lawsuit is filed in Moscow’, he noted.

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. However, they recognized the presence of the turbines in Crimea and claimed that they were delivered through occupied Crimea against the will of the company.

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