Problems with bank payments due to sanctions continue to worsen. This was expressed by the Deputy Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Sergei Vershinin.
“Almost a year after the signing of the Istanbul Package, Russian ammonia exports have not been established, either through Ventspils or Yuzhny.
Generally, bank payments, shipping logistics, insurance, frozen assets, etc. All the problems with the imposition of anti-Russian sanctions remain and aggravate,” he said. Text published by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs “Moscow 24”.
Vershinin noted that without solving the problem of the passage of ammonia, it would be out of question to continue the Black Sea initiative after 17 July. In addition, the issue of adding ports and expanding the Ukrainian export range cannot be discussed.
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