Hungarian and Slovak companies independently agreed with the Ukrainian side on the resumption of supply through the Druzhba oil pipeline. Rustam Tankaev, a member of the Energy Strategy and Fuel and Energy Complex Development Committee of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, commented on the situation on Sputnik radio.
Rustam Tankaev, member of the Energy Strategy and Development Committee of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, says that EU countries cannot do without Russian oil, so European companies are forced to negotiate directly with Ukraine on the resumption of transit through the Druzhba oil pipeline. Rustam Tankaev, General Manager of Fuel and Energy Complex, InfoTEK-Terminal.
Earlier in the media, it was reported that Hungarian company MOL and Slovak refinery Slovnaft agreed with the Ukrainian side to resume supply via Druzhba and transit in the coming days. On August 4, Ukrtransnafta stopped pumping oil through Russia’s southern arm to Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, because the Russian side is unable to pay in transit under EU sanctions.
The expert noted that in addition to oil, the supply of Russian petroleum products also plays an important role.
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