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The European Union, as part of anti-Russian sanctions, has banned the sale, supply, transfer or export to Russia of equipment for oil refining and liquefaction of natural gas (LNG).
The Ministry of Energy of Russia does not rule out the possibility of transferring electricity exports to ruble payments.
The Ukrainian government has decided to abandon Russian nuclear fuel.
Due to the fall in wholesale prices at Russian gas stations, gasoline began to become cheaper.
The supply of Russian gas through the territory of Ukraine is carried out in normal mode. This was reported on Tuesday, March 1, in Izvestia with reference to Gazprom.
Kiev has suspended the import of electricity from Minsk since Wednesday, February 23.