Starting from 10 p.m. at Warsaw time, the Polish side stopped to admit the oil at Adam drop-off point.
The main reason for the stop is the refusal of the oil refineries connected to Druzhba oil pipeline to admit oil with 30-times exceeding of the norms of the mass concentration of organochlorine.
At the same time, the transit of the oil through Ukraine for the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary continues.
PERN, the operator of the Polish part of Druzhba stated that the continuation of the supplies of the polluted oil creates the risk of the industrial accident at the oil refineries and logistics system.
Earlier Belarus has temporarily stop the export of the light oil products to Ukraine, Poland and Baltic State. The reason is the supply of the poor-quality oil from the Russian Federation.
As it was reported earlier, the Russian Federation places a ban for export of petroleum and petroleum products, including coal, petroleum, and petroleum products to Ukraine.