New EU sanctions because of the supply of gas turbines for Siemens in the Crimea, can result in a reduction in the number of interesting proposals in the field of home appliances and electronics in the Russian market. As reported by the first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Vladimir dzhabarov, Russia may impose against Siemens reciprocal restrictions.
The first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Vladimir dzhabarov, commenting on the introduction of the EU against Russia new sanctions because of the supply of gas turbines in the Crimea, noted that in respect of the company Siemens can be restrictions on the Russian market.
“Despite clear statements of Russia that there were no supplies, Siemens has taken a different position. They have a very large office, they sell there are a lot of household appliances, Bosh is the same Siemens”, – said the Senator.
He urged to wait and see what the response will consider the Ministry of trade and Ministry of foreign Affairs.
“These measures, I think, will be”, – transfers RIA “news” words dzhabarov.
“Please note that these sanctions are narrow, sectoral measures. Thus, the EU shows “big brother” rules of the game,” added the Senator.
Earlier, the press service of the EU Council issued a statement, approved by the permanent representatives of the EU extension of sanctions lists due to supply of turbines by Siemens in the Crimea to bypass sanctions, introduced officially.
Earlier it was reported that the decision was agreed by the permanent representatives of the EU and remained only a formal approval of the EU Council.
According to the statement under the new sanctions, Deputy energy Minister Andrei Cherezov, head of OOO “VO “Technopromexport” Sergey TopoR-Gilkey, head of the Department of energy Eugene Grabchak. The list of the company “VO “Technopromexport”, JSC “Interavtomatika”, the participants in the construction of thermal power plants in the Crimea.
Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov informed reporters have repeatedly posed questions about the possible reactions of Moscow to these sanctions, but he was evasive. But now, after their formal introduction may be followed by reaction of the Kremlin.