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BERLIN, September 24. /PRIME/ Urals Locomotives, a joint venture of Russia’s Sinara Group and Germany’s Siemens, has frozen a contract to supply 50 freight locomotives to Ukraine, Anton Zubikhin, a deputy director of Sinara-Transport Machines, said on Wednesday.
“We have a contract on supply of 50 electric locomotives, but the project is now frozen. We have delivered no locomotives,” he said.
Sinara said earlier that it plans to supply 50 direct-current locomotives to Ukraine for around 10 billion rubles ($261.8 million).