Vladimir Putin tosses coal to the Ukraine.

He revoked an informal ban on its exports to the country.

After the Ukraine has put one of the four undermined power lines into operation, providing electricity to the Crimea, Vladimir Putin has instructed the RF Ministry of Energy to resume the supply of coal into the country. In late November sources of "the Kommersant" in the industry stated about limiting exports of energy coal to the Ukraine, but the ban was not officially recognized. This involves not only the export from the Russian Federation, but also the supply of coal from the Donbas not controlled by Kiev.

Yesterday, at a meeting with members of the government the RF President Vladimir Putin instructed the RF Minister of Energy Aleksandr Novak "to resume the supply of coal to the Ukraine" (quoted by "RIA Novosti"), as in the night of December 8 Kiev resumed electricity supplies to the Crimea via one of the four lines. Thus, the presence of the informal ban on the export of solid fuel to the Ukraine, reported by "the Kommersant" on November 25, was confirmed.

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