Russia resumed deliveries of diesel fuel through the pipe to Ukraine

Russia resumed deliveries of diesel fuel through the pipe to Ukraine

Moscow. March 15. At the end of last week vozobnovlenie delivery of diesel fuel to Ukraine. “Rosneft” has executed all required documents, and pumping resumed. In March, may be pumped approximately 140 thousand tons”, – said Advisor to the President, “Transfinite” press Secretary Igor Demin.

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Last week, industry sources said that the pipeline supplies of Russian diesel fuel to Ukraine have been suspended for a month due to the fact that the Federal service for technical and export control (FSTEC) does not have the necessary documents. Meanwhile, in the service of the Agency said that “information on alleged decision of the FSTEC of Russia’s decision to stop making pipeline deliveries of diesel fuel to Ukraine is not true”. Diesel fuel deliveries to Ukraine are permitted for civilian use on the basis of a comprehensive analysis of the risks associated with its possible acquisition is in the interests of the Ukrainian power structures, explained in FSTEC.

“Given the Kiev government’s policy towards South-Eastern regions of Donbass, the regulation of these supplies is carried out of the FSTEC of Russia in the framework of the Federal law “On export controls” to prevent their use for the needs of the armed forces and paramilitaries”, – noted in Department.

In a press-service of the Ministry of energy of the Russian Federation, the Agency stated that “the Russian Federation, there are no intergovernmental agreement on oil supplies to Hungary and Ukraine, the supply of diesel fuel in these areas are carried out by business entities based on economic feasibility, respectively, to talk about the termination of deliveries of Russian Federation is not correct”. At the same time, the Ministry added that according to the JSC “Transneft”, the supply was suspended on 8 February, 2017 “in connection with the renegotiation of contracts to export oil products”.