Belarus partly resumed supplies of light petroleum products, in particular fuel, to Ukraine and Poland. Earlier, it limited exports of fuel due to low-quality oil delivered to the Belarusian refineries. This was reported by Belarusian state concern Belnatfotokhim, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
“We have been resolved to partially meet the needs of foreign counterparties, with whom we have contracts for the supply of petroleum products,” said Vladimir Sizov, deputy head of BelNaftoKhim, during a press conference in Minsk.
In particular, Belarus has decided to supply 32 thousand tons of diesel fuel and 8 thousand tons of motor fuel to Ukraine. Another 10 thousand tons of diesel will be delivered to Poland.
The reason for the resumption of supply of petroleum products to Ukraine was called the restoration of the flow of “pure” oil from Russia.