Russia has been conducting military operations in Ukraine for more than two months now. The allies of this Eastern European country, which was devastated by the Russian invasion, are not sitting still. Russia, which is embroiled in a financial war against Moscow, has imposed sanctions on Russia. However, the question has arisen as to how much damage has been done to Russia.
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Because more or less all the countries of Europe have to buy Russian energy. Surprisingly, in the first two months of the Ukraine war, Germany bought the most fuel from Russia. Kiev’s ally is also supplying arms to Ukraine to fight Moscow. This information has come up in the report of an independent research group.
In a report on Thursday (April 26th), Qatar-based Al Jazeera reported that Germany was Russia’s biggest buyer of fuel in the first two months of the Ukraine war. According to the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air, Russia has earned 6.8 billion by exporting fossil fuels since the start of the invasion of Ukraine on February 24.
Based on the use of shipping statistics, real-time tracking of gas flows through the pipeline, and estimates of historical monthly trade, researchers say that Germany alone supplied Russia with about 9.10 billion euros (৯ 959.9 million) to supply fossil fuels in the first two months of the Ukraine war. Dollars paid.
According to the Associated Press, the German government has refused to comment on Russia’s purchases of fuel during the war in Ukraine. The country has even refused to provide any information on Russia’s fuel purchases.
Germany claims that information on the purchase of fuel from Russia should be obtained from (German) companies, which mainly import coal, oil and gas.