Russia’s state-controlled TV – often used to prepare public opinion for future Kremlin actions – is talking of plans to cut gasoline and diesel supplies to Ukraine “right before the presidential election,”
Monday, November 12, 2018

Russia’s state-controlled TV – often used to prepare public opinion for future Kremlin actions – is talking of plans to cut gasoline and diesel supplies to Ukraine “right before the presidential election,”

Russia’s state-controlled TV – often used to prepare public opinion for future Kremlin actions – is talking of plans to cut gasoline and diesel supplies to Ukraine “right before the presidential election,” TSN.ua news site reports, citing talk shows in Moscow. Of Ukraine’s six refineries, two – Odesa and Kherson – are closed. The others work at low volumes. The largest Ukrtatnafta, in Kremenchuk, is controlled by Russia’s Tatneft and allied companies, a shareholding structure contested by Naftogaz.

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