Two of the four Siemens turbines could be delivered to the Crimea against the will of the company, as it follows from a report released by the German manufacturer, Interfax news agency informs on Tuesday.
“We have received information from reliable sources that at least two of the four gas turbines that were supplied for the project’s implementation in Taman, in southern Russia, were transported to the Crimea, against our will,” the statement reads.
Siemens plans to file lawsuits to stop supplies. In addition, its subsidiary company Interavtomatika ceases operation.
On July 5, Reuters reported that turbines produced by Siemens had been delivered to the Crimea bypassing sanctions against the Peninsula.