Poland said it won’t buy oil from Russia next month


The Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in a press conference on Tuesday, that his country didn’t buy any quantities of Russian oil this month, and won’t buy any quantities during the next month, according to information he obtained from the Polish state-owned oil refining company.

Bloomberg indicated that the prime minister didn’t disclose the reason for stopping the import, and whether Poland intends to resume imports from Russia at a later time.

Russia’s exports of crude oil to Europe via tankers declined during the past four weeks until February 17, to 104,000 barrels per day on average, as all these quantities went to Bulgaria, which is the only European country that imported Russian oil during the past weeks, without counting Türkiye, as Europe was importing about 1.5 million barrels of crude from Russia per day before the invasion of Ukraine.

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