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Siemens to make personnel changes due to gas turbines incident in Crimea
13:15, 24 July 2017
Siemens to make personnel changes due to gas turbines incident in Crimea

Company thinks that the Head of the Russian Department, who did not react on the situation in time, is guilty

13:15, 24 July 2017

AP

The German Company Siemens can make personnel changes due to the supply of the gas turbines to occupied Crimea. Handesblatt reported this citing the the sources.

The management of the company continues to discuss the incident of the supply of the gas turbines to Crimea beyond the European sanctions. Siemens thinks that the Head of the Russian Department Dietrich Miller, who did not react on the situation in time, is guilty.

Siemens is going to create the alternative control mechanism over the equipment of the concern at the place of the supply.

Earlier, Siemens claimed to stop supplies of the power equipment to Russian government companies. 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.

The Federal Foreign Office of Germany said that installing turbines of a German company Siemens in occupied Crimea may be detrimental to Russia-Germany relations.

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