Siemens did not discuss with the energy Ministry on its work in Russia, said Novak

© RIA Novosti / Evgeny to Betemporary in fotomancer of energy of Russia Alexander Novak. Archival photoSiemens did not discuss with the energy Ministry on its work in Russia, said Novak© RIA Novosti / Evgeny to Betemporary the image Bank

The German company Siemens was not addressed in the Ministry of energy to discuss the possibility of its withdrawal from parts of the business in the country or continued operation, told RIA Novosti Russian energy Minister Alexander Novak.

«No, nothing like that,» said Novak.

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%.

In July Siemens in connection with the alleged supply of its gas turbines in the Crimea filed a lawsuit in the arbitration court of Moscow the court has left the claim without movement until August 21. The group stated that, against his will, at least two of the four turbines, supplied «Technopromexport» (TPE, included in «rostec») for power plants in Taman moved to the Crimea. Turbines for Taman was made in a joint venture Siemens and the Russian «Power machines» (controls 35%) — OOO «Siemens gas turbine technology» in the Leningrad region.

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