The Kremlin responded to the possible EU sanctions due to turbines Siemeins in Crimea

The Kremlin said that the decision to expand anti-Russian sanctions due to the turbines Siemeins in the annexed Crimea was not yet adopted by the EU.

This is with reference to the press-Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov, RIA Novosti reported.

According to him, Russia is difficult now to speak about his attitude to the EU sanctions because of the scandal around Siemens gasturbine, because “no decision has yet been taken”.

“No decision has yet been taken, so it is hard to speak about in regards to this,” said Sands, answering the question about the attitude of the Russian Federation for possible sanctions and that follow a response.

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We will remind, on July 26, Poroshenko has officially confirmed the expansion of the EU sanctions against Russia because of the Siemens turbine. The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko welcomed the decision by the ambassadors of member States of the EU to impose sanctions on Russia.

Earlier Germany urged the European Union to add four Russian citizens and companies to “black” sanctions list through the gas turbine unit to Siemens, which had been smuggled in the annexed Crimea. One of the diplomatic sources said that the sanctions may relate to officials from the Russian energy Ministry and the Russian company that moved the turbine.

Video settings the port of Feodosia was the equipment like turbines manufactured by Siemens

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