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Siemens: We currently have no contracts to implement a project to rebuild power stations in Baiji

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Post by rocky on Mon 11 May 2020, 9:04 am

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[size=18]The German company "Siemens" announced on Monday that it does not currently have any contracts to implement a project to rebuild power plants in Baiji, indicating that it signed last September a preliminary agreement as part of a coalition with "Orascom" to rebuild the Baiji 1 power stations and 2, without signing a contract yet.


The company said in a statement that Alsumaria News received a copy of, "We are aware of the latest inaccurate media reports, and the allegations contained in those reports related to corruption, and we are currently working to demand the withdrawal or correction of these inaccurate reports, and we would like to make clear in this regard that the Siemens company Energy currently has no contracts to implement a project to rebuild power stations in Baiji. "







She added, "We have not received or received any allegations of abuse related to Siemens Energy, and the company is committed to its zero tolerance approach to any practices related to corruption or any violations of the principles of fair competition or other forms of violation of laws, and in the event of any of these violations In any location, the company takes immediate and decisive measures, and in addition, Siemens obligates all its suppliers and business partners to abide by the laws of conduct related to the implementation of laws, which are based on the ten principles stipulated in the United Nations Global Trade Agreement.


She pointed out, "All the main partners, suppliers and contractors of the company, including Orascom Construction and Industry in the Baiji power plant reconstruction project, which is currently on hold, have all signed an agreement requiring them to comply with all established policies, laws and codes of conduct."

The statement stated, "Siemens Energy had signed a preliminary agreement in September, September of last year as part of a coalition with Orascom Construction Industries to rebuild the Baiji 1 and 2. power stations. However, no contract has been signed yet and the financial closure has not been achieved. For the project, and therefore the coalition has not received any financial payments. "

The company continued to be proud of its presence and long history in the state of Iraq for more than eighty years and the company maintains its commitment to the state, especially in light of this difficult period. The company also boasts that more than 40% of the electric energy in Iraq is generated depending on technologies The company. "
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