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Transit of Russian oil through Ukraine suspended again

Christian Fernsby |
Several hours after resuming transit of Russian oil to the European Union through Ukraine on Monday, it was suspended again, Ukraine’s UkrTransNafta said.

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The company said it had suspended transit after Hungarian oil company MOL informed it about technical problems on their side.

UkrTransNafta added it would resume supply after the Hungarian side confirms it is ready to receive oil, Reuters reported.

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