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Source: Ukraine stops Russia oil pumping to Hungary, Slovakia Aug 4

MOSCOW, Aug 9 (PRIME) -- Ukrainian state company Ukrtransnafta stopped Russian oil pumping through the southern line of the Druzhba pipeline to Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia on August 4, a source with knowledge of the situation told PRIME and spokesman for Russian pipeline monopoly Transneft Igor Dyomin confirmed on Tuesday.

"Ukrtransnafta stopped pumping Russian oil on August 4 in the morning. This is about transit shipments across Ukraine towards Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia," the source said.

Dyomin said that transit was stopped because sanctions prevented Russia from paying for the transit. "Gazprombank that services the payments, notified us that the payment was returned due to the entrance in force of an E.U. rule, or the seventh package of sanctions," he said.

The official added that pumping to Belarus, Poland and Germany continues.


09.08.2022 13:27
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