EU has lifted restrictions on Russia’s oil deals with third countries
The European Union has changed its sanctions policy against Russia.
According to the modifications, postačati naftu третим крайаним боу русский державни компании “Rosneft“ and “Gazprom“reports Reuters.
It should be noted that the EU has modified the sanctions against Russia in order to limit the risks for global energy security.
“In order to avoid any potential negative consequences for food and energy security in the world, the EU has decided to extend an exception to the bans on participating in transactions with certain public companies for agricultural production and oil transport operations. to third countries“– declared in the EU.
From now on, payments related to these supplies will no longer be prohibited.
According to the agency’s sources, the restrictions were lifted due to fears that China and India are buying oil through small private traders, and that Russian oil trade is shifting to large areas with bad accident insurance and transports it in older ships.
Recall that on July 21, Russia resumed gas supplies by “North stream-1“. As reported, SBU seized assets “Gazprom“, “Rosneft“ then “Rosatom“ to 2.1 billion UAH.
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