Russia's stopping of action of agreement with Ukraine about the operation of the pipelines will not affect current supplies of Russian fuel, said Advisor to the President of "Transneft" Igor Demin.
"This is an absolutely technical point. On the current supply of oil Is not having an impact ", – quotes his words RIA " Novosti ".
remember, Russia stopped the contract with Ukraine about interaction at operation of main oil pipelines. The agreement was signed by the parties in July 1995. It is, for example, provided that the oil product pipelines Samara-the Western direction and Grozny-Armavir-Labour, passing on the territory of Ukraine, are operated by subsidiaries of JSC "Transnefteprodukt" ( "daughter" of "Transneft" ). However, in February 2016 areas, passing through the territory of Ukraine, were sold to Transneft, the Swiss organization international Trading Partners AG. Because of this, the participation of the Russian side, the agreement became unprofitable. Now for this "pipe" Transneft supplies to Ukraine diesel fuel, in particular, in September the application for the supply of diesel amounted to 150 thousand Tons. Relations between Ukraine and Russia worsened against the background of the situation in the Donbass. In January 2015, the Parliament of Ukraine at an extraordinary meeting to discuss the deteriorating situation in the Donbass, took the message that Russia is called " an aggressor country ". The message was supported by 271 people's choice at the required minimum of 226 votes.