Moscow, September 14. Russia considers counterproductive to give political character to the question of the supply of turbines by Siemens in the Crimea, on the background of anti-Russian sanctions are absolutely unacceptable, said the head of the Third European Department of Russian foreign Ministry Sergei Nechaev.
the Russian foreign Ministry commented on the situation around the delivery of German turbines in the Crimea, noting the ineffectiveness of sanctions.
"it is a dispute of economic entities, which shall be settled in court. In addition, we believe that it is counterproductive to politicize the issue," the diplomat Sergey Nechayev, his words leads "Kommersant".
the Extension of sanctions, initiated by Germany in the context of the case of Siemens, as well as raising awareness of the wave is the steps that do not contribute to the effective and civilized solution to the problem.
The Russian side says the partners from Germany about it directly, said Nechayev.
Recall that in 2015 the Russian Peninsula are economic sanctions of the EU, according to which Siemens has the right to supply its products to the Crimea. Moscow believes that the put on the Peninsula of the turbine was in the region legally, as they cannot be considered as a purely German technology — domestic engineers modified the system, greatly improving the power efficiency..
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