Siemens to press criminal charges after violating Crimea embargo

The German conglomerate plans to press charges against the individuals responsible for a set of gas turbines winding up in Crimea.

Two Siemens gas turbines sold to Russia were moved to Crimea. This is a violation of the international embargo and Siemens now plans to report the responsible parties to the police, writes Reuters on the basis of statements from the German manufacturing company.

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