The Czech state-owned company Mero announced on August 5 the resumption of oil supplies to the Czech Republic in transit through Ukraine from the southern branch of the Druzhba oil pipeline. It is reported area Network.
“Russian oil supply to Czech territory via the southern branch of the Druzhba pipeline was restored at 20:00 CET. [21:00 мск]’ said the company in a statement.
Earlier, Reuters quoted the Slovak factory Slovnaft reportedHe said one of the European banks would pay for the transit of Russian oil through Ukraine. It was noted that the bank changed its decision on the previously blocked payment for transit between transit companies and finally accepted it.
August 12, Advisor to the President of Transneft Igor Demin approvedPayment for the transit of oil through Ukraine to the Czech Republic was received by the bank.