Minsk has tentatively agreed with Moscow to supply up to one hundred thousand tons of diesel with shock absorbers.
MINSK, November 23 – RIA Novosti. Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister Petr Parkhomchik said that Belarus has reached a preliminary agreement on the supply of up to 100,000 tons of diesel and up to 50,000 tons of gasoline per month to the Russian Federation.
“Thanks to the decision of the Russian side to expand the damping mechanism for Belarusian oil products, our refineries have opened up the possibility of supplying oil products to the Russian market of the coefficient coefficient,” said Deputy Prime Minister. speaking in parliament.
“An agreement with the Russian side on the use of formula pricing for oil made it possible for us to buy oil at an acceptable price,” he said.
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