No More Russian Oil for Serbia

by Olha Povaliaieva
Monday, August 22, 2022
No More Russian Oil for Serbia

Since November, Serbia will be under sanctions and no longer imports Russian oil

On August 21, during an address to his people, Serbian president Aleksandar Vučić reminded that since November, the state has been under sanctions, so there will be no more oil supplies.

"Well, to talk about nonsense, in order not to talk about what we will do about electricity, what we will do about oil, after November, there will be no more Russian oil for us, we are under sanctions. So that we don' t talk about gas, about fuel oil and coal... We just talk about nonsense because it's the easiest thing to do," Alexander Vučić.

The president also added that during the Brussels talks with the prime minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, Pristina rejected all of Serbia's proposals.

We remind you that in June, Serbian minister of energy Zorana Mihajlovic announced the complete refusal of the state from Russian gas by connecting to the Greece-Bulgaria gas pipeline.

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