Oil shipments to the Czech Republic via Ukraine via the southern section of the Druzhba oil pipeline will begin on August 12 at 20:00. This has been reported CHTK referring to the Slovak company Transpetrol, which serves the Slovak section of the pipeline.
“At 20:00 tonight, oil pumping continues into the Czech Republic,” said Linda Vashkovichova, vice president of the Slovak operator company.
At the same time, Slovakia has been receiving Russian oil through Druzhba since August 10.
Earlier, Reuters, citing a source familiar with the Slovak factory Slovnaft (Slovnaft) and the situation, 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.
Prior to that, Naftogaz Ukrainy announced that Ukrtransnafta has resumed oil transportation from the Ukrainian section of the Druzhba oil pipeline towards Slovakia and Hungary.
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