Sanctions of Ukraine will not affect the operation of the chemical industry of the Crimea, said Aksenov

© RIA Novosti / Alexander Polynicotinate in fotobanka of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov. Archival photoSanctions of Ukraine will not affect the operation of the chemical industry of the Crimea, said Aksenov© RIA Novosti / Alexander Polynicotinate the image Bank

The head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov said that the sanctions of Ukraine against enterprises engaged in the manufacture of chemical products in the Crimea will not affect their work.

The Ukrainian Ministry for the temporarily occupied territories (MWOT) initiates sanctions against companies connected with the production of chemical products in the Crimea and its implementation, said on Thursday the press-service of the Ministry.

The Ministry proposes to impose sanctions against companies «Letan investments limited» (Cyprus), OOO «Titanates» (Russian Federation), LLC «Centre of optimal technologies» (Russia), «Okhna holdings limited» (Cyprus), LTD. «Khimkomsnab» (Russia), «Talexis Enterprises age» (Switzerland). The Ministry reminded that the manufacturer of chemical products in Armyansk «Titanium investment» (RF) is already under sanctions.

«Markets all chemical products are in the territory of the Russian Federation, so these sanctions will have no effect. If Ukraine was involved in the sale of products – probably, Yes, and so does not affect», — said Aksenov.

The largest chemical production in the Crimea are an LLC «Titanium investment» in Armyansk, PJSC «Crimean Soda plant» and JSC «Bromine» in Krasnoperekopsk.

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