Controlled by «Tatneft» company was working in Crimea despite the threat of sanctions — Reuters

At least until September 2017-controlled units of the Russian Tatneft firm CONC operated a gas station in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol, despite the threat of sanctions. About it reports Reuters, citing data from the state tax register and the State statistics service of the Russian Federation.

According to the documents, which Reuters correspondent got acquainted at the gas station, the fuel is delivered «Tatneft-AZS-Yug»– 100-percentage «a daughter» «Tatneft». However, in late November, the firm was no longer a petrol station operator. Continues to put «Tatneft-AZS-South» fuel for the gas station of Simferopol, the Agency was unable to determine.

In «Tatneft», told Reuters in September that they have no filling stations in Crimea and they don’t supply fuel to the Peninsula.

The Agency has been unable to call on the specified contacts at the END of the room. The address of registration office of the firm was not. However, as it turned out, in this building until last year was the office of «Tatneft».

The activities of Tatneft in the occupied Peninsula may be the reason for entering it on the US Treasury list of companies with whom U.S. companies are prohibited to operate, Reuters reports.

In March 2014 Russia annexed the Ukrainian Peninsula of Crimea. Against Russia was imposed economic sanctions by the United States, the European Union and some other countries. The sanctions packages several times expanded and tightened.




Controlled by «Tatneft» company was working in Crimea despite the threat of sanctions — Reuters 20.12.2017

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