The decision was made to comply with existing long-term contracts, local media report
Norway-based diesel and gas engine manufacturer Bergen Engines has resumed supplies of gas turbine repair parts to Russia, the Bergens Tidende newspaper said on Monday.
The company recommenced deliveries to Russia in order to fulfill its long-term agreements, the outlet reported, citing the company’s CEO Jon Eric Rev.
“The decision was made after consultations with our owners in the United Kingdom. We are talking about contracts that were signed several years ago,” he said.
Earlier, Bergen Engines, which has been a Norwegian subsidiary of Rolls-Royce since 1999, had announced its complete withdrawal from the Russian market as part of Ukraine-related Western sanctions.
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