OTTAWA – A foreign-owned company that sells $ 15 billion worth of armored vehicles to Saudi Arabia warns the Liberal State that will cancel the deal, paying billions of dollars in punishment.
On Monday, General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada stated that canceling the contract would also hurt the workforce.
This opinion comes when the federal government examines the controversial agreement.
Canada looks at all weapons for sale to Saudi Arabia and does not issue new export permits before the check is completed.
The journalist Jamal Khashugi's murder of October after he arrived at the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Turkey has provoked international conviction against Riyadh.
The murder of Khashrani has also upgraded Canada's public superstition Ottawa's controversial $ 15 billion deal to sell lightweight armored vehicles to the nation.
"We will continue to implement a valid and binding agreement," General Dynamics said in his statement.
"If Canada unilaterally decides on an agreement, Canada would have billions of dollars in liability for General Dynamics Land Systems Canada.
"In addition, termination of the agreement would have a significant negative impact on our highly educated employees, our supply chain over Canada and the Canadian defense sector extensively."
According to Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, the explanations of Saudi Arabia about the death of Khashrus are not credible and an independent study is needed.
"Previously, Canada has suspended existing export licenses, and it has always been something we are willing to do again when the situation is justified," Freeland said on Monday in an interview.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said the sanction of breaking the deal into "billions of dollars".