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Kyrgyzstan expects supplies of oil and lubricants from Russia

The State Committee for Industry, Energy and Subsoil Use of the Kyrgyz Republic is carrying a work on coordination on indicative oil and light oil products between Kyrgyzstan and Russia.

According to the press service of the State Committee, the work is carried out within the framework of the agreement between the governments of the two countries. As a result of the meetings, the Kyrgyz side signed indicative balances for the following amounts.

According to the Kyrgyz side, they plan to include supplies from Russia of 450,000 tons of oil, 460,000 tons of diesel fuel, 560,000 tons of gasoline, 100,000 tons of jet fuel and 25,000 tons of liquefied hydrocarbon gas.

At present, the approved indicative balances of oil and oil products by the Russian side through diplomatic channels are expected to be submitted.