Ukrtransnafta resumes oil transit to EU
JSC Ukrtransnafta has resumed accepting Russian oil at Mozyr dispatcher control station (Belarus) for its further transportation in the direction of European consumers.
"The readiness to accept oil was confirmed at the Fenyeslitke receiving section (Hungary). Accordingly, as of 10:38 Kyiv time, Ukrtransnafta resumed transit of raw materials to Hungarian consumers," the company said.
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