Siemens has officially denied the information about the supply of turbines in the Crimea

Siemens официально опроверг информацию о поставке турбин в Крым

The statement said that the company observes the provisions on sanctions.

German company Siemens did not put the gas turbines in the annexed Crimea. This is stated in an official statement on the website of the company.

In particular, Siemens denied having signed a contract with the Russian company Technopromexport for supply of equipment for the construction of power plants in the Crimea.

“Media reports that Siemens has signed a contract with JSC Technopromexport for supply of equipment for the construction of power plants in the Crimea, not true. This fact is also reflected in the official statement JSC Technopromexport”, – stated in the message.

Siemens noted that it did not disclose details of individual contracts, but said that “there is no reason to believe that gas turbines, mentioned in news articles intended for the Crimea”.

“Siemens always conducts its activities in all relevant political and legal framework. Siemens respects the decisions regarding sanctions and, of course, will comply with the current provisions on sanctions,” added the German concern.

As reported Корреспондент.netaccording to Reuters, Russia has brought the sea in the annexed Crimea turbines for power plants made by the German Siemens. It was allegedly sdelano in circumvention of EU sanctions.

Two gas turbine SGT5-2000E is designed for use at a power plant in Sevastopol. Such turbines are produced only Siemens and its subsidiaries.

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