The Kremlin did not know about the possibility of withdrawal of Siemens from the Russian projects

© AFP 2017 / Michele TantussiФлаг logo Siemens. Archival photoThe Kremlin did not know about the possibility of withdrawal of Siemens from the Russian projects© 2017 AFP / Michele Tantussi

The Kremlin is known about possible plans of German concern Siemens to withdraw from the Russian «Interavtomatika» and «Siemens Gas Turbine Technology», said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

«No, don’t know about that,» said Sands, answering the question.

Previously, the newspaper Wirtschaftswoche, citing its own sources reported that German company Siemens is considering the possibility of exit from the Russian company «Interavtomatika», which, according to the Reuters news Agency, were among the contractors engaged in the installation of turbines of concern in the Crimea. According to the newspaper, President of Siemens AG Joe KAESER also considering the exit from a subsidiary, OOO «Siemens Gas Turbine Technology», in which Siemens controls 65%.

Siemens does not comment on media speculation about the possibility of entering the German company of the Russian company «Interavtomatika», reported RIA Novosti press-Secretary of company Philip ENCs.

The arbitration of Moscow on 11 July registered the claim to Siemens subsidiary «Rosteh» — «Technopromexport» (TPE). The lawsuit is related to the possible supply bypassing EU sanctions Siemens turbines for power plants in the Crimea. TPE builds in the Crimea two TES with a capacity of 470 MW. In early July, the Agency Reuters with reference to sources reported that thermal power plant in the Crimea set of turbine of Siemens and among the contractors involved with the installation, there is a company «Interavtomatika», in which Siemens owns a 45.7%.

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