Siemens is implementing an ambitious joint project with Russia’s rostec state Corporation, with which concern ongoing legal proceedings due to the delivery of the turbines to the occupied Crimea. About it reports TASS.
Rostec and Siemens will be implemented in the regions a project to create a network of centralized clinical diagnostic laboratories. Investments in the first stage will be about 4 billion rubles (over $70 million).
Laboratories will be created in the administrative centers of constituent entities of the Russian Federation and will provide services for the centralized processing of biomaterials of patients based on diagnostic equipment Siemens.
As reported, Siemens accuses of the structure of the Russian technologies state Corporation (JSC and JSC Technopromexport) that they moved in illegally annexed Crimea four turbine set for power plant construction in Taman. Under the sanctions restrictions, the German company prohibits the use of their turbines for the production of electricity in the Crimea because the EU does not recognize the Russian status of Crimea. The German company requires the return of the turbine and to admit of the sale of turbines invalid.
The arbitration court of Moscow dismissed the concern and its subsidiary, Siemens gas turbine technology – in recognition of contracts of equipment deliveries invalid and the return of the turbines.
It was also reported that Siemens will supply to the Russian train of Sapsan and another batch of turbines.