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Siemens Concern Considers the Purchase Of Turbines Delivered to the Crimea to be a Simple Solution to the Conflict with Moscow
August 13, 2017 17:32


The German Siemens Concern considers the purchase of turbines delivered to the Crimea to be a simple solution to the conflict with Moscow. This was reported by the company representative Philip Ench to TASS on Monday, August 7. “Technically, this could look like an agreement on the price paid by the party that wishes to return the turbines. From this point of view, this is a fairly simple operation” - he noted.

Ench added that the concern was also considering the option of returning turbines to the TPP in Taman (Krasnodar region) through a lawsuit filed with the Moscow Arbitration Court.

“It is obvious that all four turbines were moved to the Crimea in defiance of the customer’s claims and contractual obligations. We speak about the place of use of the turbines. (...) All documents were signed; guarantees were given that they would be used there. We want to achieve this” - he stated. On August 4 the EU expanded its restrictive measures against Russia due to the scandal involving the supply of turbines to the Crimea. The sanctions list was supplemented by three individuals “involved in the deliver” of the equipment to the peninsula, as well as three companies.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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