Oil was exported to Europe through the port of Novorossiysk.
Russia has imposed restrictions on oil supplies from Kazakhstan.
Hydrocarbons were exported to Europe through the port of Novorossiysk.
This became known after the President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev announced the non-recognition of the LDPR.
As “Kommersant” writes, the mines of the Second World War suddenly discovered in the water area of the port are called as the official reason for blocking the expert.
The water area has been completely closed, and the Caspian Pipeline Consortium cannot send oil to Europe.
On June 20, it is expected that mine clearance works will be carried out in the water area, and they may continue until the end of the month.
Kazakhstan supplies 67 million tons of oil per year to Europe through the Russian Federation. After the introduction of sanctions against Russia, the export grade of “black gold” Urals was renamed by Kazakhstan.
Earlier, topNews wrote that Tokayev did not accept the award from Russia.
Also, the President of Kazakhstan did not recognize the LDPR.
Against this background, Konstantin Zatulin threatened in the CIS Affairs Committee that retaliatory measures would be taken against Kazakhstan.