Russia is faced with yet another consequence of the sanctions imposed against the Putin regime due to the invasion of Ukraine by Western countries. In particular, this time we will talk about the sale of Russian oil in large quantities, which is literally stuck off the coast of South Korea and cannot be sold due to the introduction.
As NBN reports with reference to Reuters , fourteen tankers at once, which were loaded with 10 million barrels of Sokol crude oil.
It is now known that for several weeks now the “black gold” of the Russian Federation has simply been stuck off the coast of South Korea. The product cannot be sold due to US sanctions.
Volumes of 1.3 million metric tons, which represent more than seven months of production from the Sakhalin-1 project.
Remember that we previously wrote about how the Russian Federation sells oil without violating sanctions.