Fortum objects to "unlawful" Russian seizure

The Finnish utility company believes the Russian state has violated both Fortnum’s rights and international law.
Upon the Russian government's seizure of Fortum's Russian assets, the company has made an official notification of its objection to the act. | Photo: Fortum
Upon the Russian government's seizure of Fortum's Russian assets, the company has made an official notification of its objection to the act. | Photo: Fortum
by anne filbert, translated by simon øst vejbæk

Fortum considers the Russian government’s seizure of the company’s Russian activities to be a ”crude” violation of international law and the company’s rights. And Kremlin has been formally notified of Fortum’s opinion, the company writes in a press statement.

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