Slovak operator refuses to resume oil supplies to the Czech Republic via Druzhba

Linda Vashkovichova, vice-president of Transpetrol, the operator of the Slovak section of the Druzhba oil pipeline, told reporters that oil supplies to the Czech Republic through the section in Slovakia will not be restored. This has been reported DEA News”.

“The supply of (oil) to the Czech Republic will not continue,” he said.

Previously, press secretary of the Slovnaft refinery Anton Molnar reportedHe said oil has begun to flow into Slovakia via the Druzhba pipeline. According to him, oil is expected at the Slovnaft plant in Bratislava on the morning of August 11.

Before that, the Slovak company Slovnaft and the Hungarian MOL translation Ukraine is funding the transition of the Druzhba oil pipeline. In turn, the Ukrainian shipping company responded positively to the proposal of Slovnaft and MOL to pay transit fees for oil transportation.

4 August Ukraine accepted The decision to suspend the transit of Russian oil to Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic along the southern branch of the Druzhba pipeline. Russian Transneft announced that they could not pay for the services of Ukrtransnafta due to European sanctions. The agreement with Ukraine for the transit of oil is valid until January 1, 2030, but the Ukrainian side carries out the transport only with 100% prepayment.

Source: Gazeta


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