There are no bans on the supply of either A-95 or other types of fuel. At the same time, the volume of supplies may decrease, but this is not due to politics, but to the planned repairs.
Earlier, it was reported that Belarus stopped supplying A-95 gasoline to Ukraine. As the director of the A-95 Consulting Group, Serhiy Kuyun, wrote on his Facebook page, negotiations on this issue are still ongoing.
"The worst decision that Belarusians could have made in the current situation is to close the supply of A-95 gasoline to Ukraine, where their production accounts for 50% of the market. On the other hand, another signal to us, the third this spring," he wrote.
According to the director of the A-95 Consulting Group, supply negotiations are ongoing.
"But the task is unusual - to find 50,000 tons of "fifth". We cannot do without the sea, and I do not even remember when the last time this brand came by sea," Kuyun said.