OTTAWA – The Ontario company that sells 15 million dollars of sale of $ 15 million in Saudi Arabia has warned the Liberal Government will invalidate the deal for millions of dollars in return for sanctions.
General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada has said in a statement Monday, the abolition of the contract also seriously by its staff.
The federal government is reviewing a controversial contract.
All sales reviews on sale in Canada are under review with Saudi Arabia and will not export any export until the review is completed.
After a monthly journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been involved in a Saudi Consulate in Turkey, he has been convicted of an international condemnation against Riyadh.
Khashoggi's murder has also been renewed by the Canadian public auction in the $ 15 million deal in the Ottawa controversy, selling UK armored vehicles.
"We are running our valid and binding contract," said General Dynamics.
"When Canada's unilateral contract ended, billions of Canadian dollars would go through General Dynamics Land Systems Canada.
"In addition, at the end of the contract, our highly skilled employees, the Canadian supply chain and the Canadian defense sector would be expanded."
Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland has said the explanations of the death of Khashoggi in Saudi Arabia must not be credible and independent.
"Canada has suspended existing export permits in the past, and this has always been something that is ready to be re-prepared, as a matter of state," Freeland said on Monday in an interview.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said he would have to cancel the penalty for "millions of dollars."