Oil pipeline “Druzhba” resumed the supply of Russian oil from Ukraine – Hungarian Foreign Minister
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The day before, information appeared that the pumping of oil to countries such as Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia was suspended due to – for the massive rocket attack on the RF Armed Forces.
Oil supplies after repair work on the Druzhba oil pipeline, which stretches from Russia to Eastern Europe, have been resumed, Bloomberg reports citing a statement by representatives of Hungary and Slovakia.
The day before, representatives of the Hungarian oil and gas company MOL Group said that pumping through the Druzhba pipeline to countries such as Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia was suspended after a massive missile attack by the RF Armed Forces on Ukrainian energy infrastructure facilities. Representatives of the company cited a statement by the operator of the Ukrainian oil pipeline system, who explained the suspension of pumping by the shelling of a transformer substation on the border with Belarus. The substation feeds the pumping station of the oil pipeline.
According to the head of the Hungarian Foreign Ministry, Peter Szijjarto, the pipeline was not damaged – the damage was done to the transformer substation, which is easy to repair.
Representatives of the Czech operator MERO explained that the supplies oil from the Russian Federation to the Czech Republic continued due to the reserves in neighboring Slovakia.