Serbia: Will stop Importing Russian Oil
Serbian energy minister Zorana Mihajlovic announced that Serbia would no longer import Russian crude oil from November 1 due to the sixth package of EU sanctions against Russia. Instead, the country will purchase oil from other suppliers. Russian imports meet about 50% of the country's needs, and 30% comes from different suppliers, for example, Iran. 20% is covered by domestic oil.
The country is in initial negotiations with Azerbaijan on natural gas deliveries starting next year to diversify its suppliers.
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