New EU sanctions over Siemens turbines violate international law, Russian energy minister says

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The EU first imposed sanctions on Russia after the 2014 military annexation of Crimea from Ukraine.
On Friday, it introduced additional measures in response to the delivery of Siemens` gas turbines to Crimea, which violated its existing sanctions.
"Interference in a dispute between two business entities is a direct violation of international legal norms," the Russian Energy Ministry said in a statement.
"The Russian Energy Ministry has no doubt that the EU took this decision based solely on political reasoning.
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