Russia again accuses Belarus of short delivery of oil products

The Russian Energy Ministry has threatened the authorities of Belarus to take action because of the short supply of petroleum products in Russia. The Belarusian side, which systematically doesn’t perform delivery schedule, says that the sale of petroleum products in Russia is unprofitable for it. In theory, in response, Moscow could reduce the supply of duty-free oil, but according to the sources of the Kommersant, is unlikely to go to such a move, fraught with political complications. According to analysts, the Russian market could easily live in the lack of the supplies from Belarus, at least until the spring.

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