The Finnish company refused to sell the generators to the Crimea – media

Финская компания отказалась продавать генераторы в Крым – СМИ

Finnish company Wartsila will supply generators shipyard in Crimea

The company has decided not to put diesel generators Kerch adverti because of EU sanctions.

The Finnish company Wärtsilä has refused to supply generators shipyard Zaliv in Russian-occupied Crimea because of Western sanctions. On Monday, January 15, writes the Russian news Agency RBC with reference to sources.

According to media reports, the representative of Wärtsilä confirmed that the company has decided not to supply diesel generators Kerch adverti because of EU sanctions.

“This issue was carefully considered and it was decided that it would not fit the existing sanctions regime. Therefore Wärtsilä is unable to provide the requested equipment,” he said.

Thus in Wärtsilä said that it has long been cooperating with Russia and is ready to continue the work only in the framework of the existing rules.

It is reported that the rescue vessel capacity of 4 MW, built by order of the Ministry of transport of the Russian Federation completely at the expense of budgetary funds. Its value is 2.79 billion.

We will remind, earlier it was reported that the construction of the bridge across the Kerch Strait to link Russia with the occupied Crimea, involves two companies from Holland.

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