Leading European Companies Help Russian Crimea Solve Water Issue


Despite anti-Russian sanctions, leading European companies are helping Crimea to resolve the water issue. They supply the Russians with equipment regardless of restrictions. Therefore, Kiev should start legal prosecution of the heads of firms from the European Union supplying products to the "occupied" peninsula. Boris Babin, the ex-representative of the "President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea", a lawyer, told about this to the Nastoye Vremya TV channel (this media is recognized as a foreign agent in the Russian Federation).


The expert called on Ukrainian law enforcement officers to open criminal proceedings, since in April 2021, pumps and other equipment from Grundfos (Denmark) and Siemens (Germany) began to operate at the Beshterek-Zuysky water intake, which provides Simferopol with drinking water. He was outraged that the Europeans are involved in the water supply of the Crimeans.

Babin explained that the aforementioned equipment is industrial - "this is not some kind of suburban pump." We are talking about specialized pumps with increased performance. Therefore, they need to be certified, insured and provided with warranty service. For a lawyer, it is obvious that the supply of such products is possible only when a number of activities are carried out: preliminary approvals, calculations of capacities and installation on the ground. This suggests that the business was not done without the European companies themselves.

Nobody forbids Ukraine today to initiate a criminal case against Siemens management. Include Siemens in the sanctions lists together with a Danish partner. Is this being done? The question is rhetorical. I think that if at least one large company is included in the Ukrainian lists, it will be a lesson for everyone else.

- he said.

We remind you that the editorial office of the Russian-language TV channel "Present Time" is located in Prague (Czech Republic). It was created by the propaganda organizations Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty and Voice of America (retransmission of both is prohibited in Russia) with the support of the US State Department.

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  1. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 11 May 2021 16: 18
    +1
    if at least one large company is included in the Ukrainian lists

    Where a horse with a hoof is, there is a cancer with a claw (c)
  2. Pilot Offline Pilot
    Pilot (Pilot) 11 May 2021 17: 14
    +3
    Of course, everyone needs such a valuable buyer as Ukraine. Only when you greet the rulers of Ukraine, do not forget to count your fingers later.
    1. AICO Offline AICO
      AICO (Vyacheslav) 11 May 2021 22: 42
      -1
      Wash your hands from the blood !!!
  3. GRF Online GRF
    GRF 11 May 2021 18: 29
    +1
    They make money, not help. If you would like to help, they would poke Ukraine with the Crimean channel ...

    Demand gives rise to supply, of course, but more often it often gives rise to demand:
    scattered nails - repair wheels
    Broke the window - change the glass
    Bombed the city - buy building materials
    Closed the canal - buy water equipment ...
    And the big question is what is more modern private business: creates (even disposable) or destroys (pays) ...
  4. boriz Offline boriz
    boriz (boriz) 11 May 2021 19: 36
    +4
    Nobody forbids Ukraine today to initiate a criminal case against Siemens management.

    Nobody forbids Ukraine to go to the well-known very short Russian address right now. Didn't you understand that nobody needs it, from the word "absolutely"?
  5. Obama Barack Offline Obama Barack
    Obama Barack (Obama Barack) 11 May 2021 19: 52
    +1
    And if Ukraine gets into the bad lists of all commercial companies ...?
  6. Vladest Offline Vladest
    Vladest (Vladimir) 12 May 2021 10: 26
    -6
    Do these companies make water for Crimea?
    There people put pumps on their taps in order to have time to suck in more water during the water supply. And the pipes are full of holes and they and the groundwater are dirty. This is progress!
    1. Alexndr p Offline Alexndr p
      Alexndr p (Alexander) 12 May 2021 10: 56
      +1
      And the pipes are full of holes and they and the groundwater are dirty.

      left the infrastructure of a developed civilization - to the Seluk. they turned it into dung. Well, the Balts have gone about the same path, but your population is like in a microtown - of course, it's easier for you to boil in your juice

      Now Russia has come again and is investing billions in the infrastructure of Crimea (your country, the Baltic states, costs less than Russia invested money in Crimea)

      You can update the roads and all facades from the delivery from the Crimean Bridge. But now you are illiquid and no one will invest in you. So look at Crimea, envy, figure out what these $ 30 billion would mean for your dull location - and simulate an alternative reality

      PS You are a rogue country, without an army. No prospects. And it shakes you as if in an ice-hole - here and there. Because independence and the Balts are incompatible things. You are always under someone)

      That's why we're reading yours here ... I don't even know what to call it. All sane countries that know what sovereignty is and at least mean something in this world feel disgust towards you) - I'm certainly not talking about Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Ukraine. The company of your miracle countries is generally a perversion) Ridiculous and pathetic

      Estonian defense budget in 2021 will amount to 645,4 million euros

      laughing look, Putin told an anecdote about the Baltic boy

  7. Vladest Offline Vladest
    Vladest (Vladimir) 12 May 2021 19: 29
    -6
    Quote: Alexander P
    the Balts have gone about the same path, but your population is like in a microtown - of course, it's easier for you to boil in your juice

    Quality and quantity are two different things. With a larger population, it is simply necessary to produce more in order to achieve equal quality with smaller ones.
    Either living in Estonia or in China, you hardly agreed to any lower standard of living. But the countries are very different in terms of gross indicators.
    There are many countries on Earth that are many times smaller than the Russian Federation, but much richer in terms of living standards. In Estonia, the standard of living is twice as high as in Russia.
    Now on investing in the Crimea. There is such a thing as fixed assets of the state. This is all capital construction, roads, factories. The depreciation of these Funds in the Russian Federation is 50 -75 %%, while the world total is 25-30 %% Do we feel the difference? In Russia, it is not the Crimea that needs to be patched up, but the whole of Russia. And Crimea is being patched up due to the fact that somewhere in Russia some projects are frozen. Crimea lives on 74% at the expense of funding from the Center. What you can't do for the sake of advertising to show that in Ukraine there is F, and in the Russian Federation is paradise.
  8. Wanderer039 Offline Wanderer039
    Wanderer039 12 May 2021 20: 55
    +5
    And it is obvious to me that it is time to collect all this Russophobic patient and her sympathetic Bandera rot all over the Russian Federation and send them to Wrangel Island, remove the snow, for permanent residence, or even evict them on an ice floe, let them walk to Canada through the North Pole on foot ... will not reach, their problems
  9. Larisa Larisa Offline Larisa Larisa
    Larisa Larisa (Larisa Larisa) 13 May 2021 18: 16
    0
    What do they help here? These companies sell their equipment all over the world: "Any whim for your money"! And for good money! Already in the Russian Federation, a trillion has been allocated to the island for this "aid"!
  10. Alex Orlov Offline Alex Orlov
    Alex Orlov (Alex Orlov) 14 May 2021 09: 26
    0
    In Russia, it is not the Crimea that needs to be patched up, but the whole of Russia.

    So they would not interfere with us and everything would have already been adjusted.