German company ThyssenKrupp announced on Tuesday, July 18, that she found no evidence of corruption in the deal to sell submarines to Israel.
In a statement the company said that the recently concluded internal investigation. However, ThyssenKrupp has been limited by the fact that she could not conduct its own review in Israel.
Earlier, the German government postponed the signing ceremony of the Protocol of intent for the purchase by Israel three submarines, which were to be held next week.
Israeli Ambassador to Germany Yaakov Hadas has received notification that the signing of agreement postponed indefinitely in connection with the proceeding in Israel to investigate suspicions of corruption.