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The price of gasoline can jump by a quarter: Ukraine is concerned about a possible strike of workers of refineries in Belarus

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The price of gasoline can jump by a quarter: Ukraine is concerned about a possible strike of workers of refineries in Belarus

Against the backdrop of enthusiastic reviews in a number of Ukrainian media outlets about the protests that are taking place in Belarus these days, sober assessments of what is happening have sounded.


In Ukraine, they suddenly remembered that the import of oil products from the Republic of Belarus makes up about a third of all purchases for the Ukrainian economy. In this regard, Ukrainian experts in the fuel and energy complex (fuel and energy complex) have concerns, which are formulated something like this: “What will happen if the strike in Belarus is supported by oil refineries.

It is noted that in this case, the situation for Ukraine may develop as follows. Belarus will sharply reduce the export of petroleum products for Ukraine for the simple reason that the country itself may face an acute shortage of gasoline, fuel oil and diesel fuel. In this regard, in order to maintain the Ukrainian economy at least at the current level, it will be necessary to look for alternative suppliers.

If the countries of the European Union act as such suppliers, then the cost of gasoline in Ukraine in a short time may increase by at least a quarter. And if we talk about prices that would remain at the same level for Ukraine, then so far there is only one option - to sit down at the negotiating table with Russia.

To date, the price of a liter of Ai-95 gasoline at gas stations in Ukraine (at the current exchange rate) is about 72-78 rubles (translated into Russian currency). If the price really rises by a quarter, then it can overcome the bar of 100 rubles per liter of 95th gasoline. And these are already quite European prices.

It is also worth adding that Ukraine used relatively cheap fuel and lubricants from Belarus to keep its military equipment on alert. A sharp reduction in supplies, if such occurs in connection with the potential involvement of workers of Belarusian refineries in the strike, could hit the Ukrainian army as well. In connection with all of the above, Ukrainian experts say they hope that the refineries of the Republic of Belarus "will continue their work in the same format." An interesting approach: to rejoice at strikes, for example, at MTZ and MZKT, and grieve over possible strikes at oil refineries ...
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  1. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 17 August 2020 14: 49 New
    10
    Camouflage ... rejoice, lads. Europe will help you ... will bring gasoline, Euro-6 ...
    1. RUnnm
      RUnnm 17 August 2020 14: 59 New
      +6
      What does Ukraine have to do with it, if 80% of Ukraine's diesel fuel is exported from Belarus, and, therefore, from the Russian Federation, and the authorities of the outskirts did not recognize Old Man. This is just the beginning.
      1. Pereira
        Pereira 17 August 2020 15: 06 New
        +3
        They will carry gasoline in reverse from Slovakia.
        1. RUnnm
          RUnnm 17 August 2020 15: 27 New
          +2
          They will not carry from anyone. I think that AGG will quickly sever these ties
        2. Karaul73
          Karaul73 17 August 2020 15: 39 New
          -1
          Why from Slovakia? There is Romania with pretty decent fuel with an adequate price tag.
          1. Rokambol
            Rokambol 17 August 2020 16: 06 New
            +5
            Quote: Sentry73
            Why from Slovakia?

            Because the reverse of the gas, at one time was from there. Perhaps this time the reverse of gasoline will be from there wink
        3. Labrador
          Labrador 17 August 2020 16: 36 New
          +3
          If such suppliers are the countries of the European Union, then the cost of gasoline in Ukraine in a short time can grow by at least a quarter.

          And I think this will be correct: they want to go to Europa, which means they need to start with European prices for everything.
      2. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 17 August 2020 15: 06 New
        +4
        Ukraine urgently needs to increase the donkey population in order to add donkey urine to gasoline - so there will be more gasoline in Ukraine! And then it will be possible to rejoice at the strikes at the Belarusian refineries. yes
        1. Pereira
          Pereira 17 August 2020 15: 18 New
          10
          Since then, the number of donkeys in Ukraine is simply off scale.
          It remains only to organize the collection of urine.
        2. Karaul73
          Karaul73 17 August 2020 15: 40 New
          -8
          You don't want to start with yourself and move to
          Ukraine
          1. Pereira
            Pereira 17 August 2020 16: 01 New
            +8
            God forbid. I'd rather endure Putin's daily and hourly oppression, may Allah prolong the years of his rule.
          2. Campanella
            Campanella 18 August 2020 00: 59 New
            +1
            Are you already there?))) Drink more!
    2. Terenin
      Terenin 17 August 2020 15: 03 New
      +5
      In Ukraine, they suddenly remembered that the import of petroleum products from Belarus makes up about a third of all purchases for the Ukrainian economy.
      this is called - "when investigating a crime, the detectives came to themselves."
    3. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 17 August 2020 15: 10 New
      -2
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Europe will help you ... will bring gasoline

      At least Europe can bring them cheap gasoline, but we have introduced a ban on the import of cheap gasoline in order to protect the unfortunate oligarchs from losses. laughing
      1. loki565
        loki565 17 August 2020 15: 16 New
        +7
        At least Europe can bring them cheap gasoline

        In Europe there is cheap gasoline ???))) Gaddafi's gasoline was cheaper than water, and they were still unhappy with it)))
      2. Mountain shooter
        Mountain shooter 17 August 2020 15: 17 New
        +3
        Quote: Ingvar 72
        At least Europe can bring them cheap gasoline, but we have introduced a ban on the import of cheap gasoline in order to protect the unfortunate oligarchs from losses.

        Where have you seen cheap gasoline in Europe? Can you tell me the address?
        1. Ingvar 72
          Ingvar 72 17 August 2020 15: 33 New
          +3
          Quote: Mountain Shooter
          Where have you seen cheap gasoline in Europe?

          Fuel prices in the EU have dropped by 40% over the past six months. In Europe, where there is practically no oil, people think it's cheap. I am generally silent about the United States.
          If you do not understand the essence of my message, then I will explain in more detail. We are now discussing the Ukrainian problems with fuel, at a time when the uttermost state oligarchic lawlessness reigns on the Russian fuel market, actively hindering the development of the country's economy. Over the past six months, gasoline prices have increased by 10% for no apparent reason at all. The prices for liquefied gas have grown by 50-70%, and the FAS is silent in violation of all the principles of its existence.
          And we are all looking at the outskirts, right? wink
          1. Mountain shooter
            Mountain shooter 17 August 2020 15: 44 New
            +2
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            Fuel prices in the EU have dropped by 40% over the past six months. In Europe, where there is practically no oil, people think it's cheap

            Give gasoline prices in ... Germany for example. 1.28 euro 95th ... where it fell by 40% ??? Igor, what are you talking about? Well, all information is open.
            There was a 20% decline, but very briefly, and galloped back.
            1. Ingvar 72
              Ingvar 72 17 August 2020 19: 20 New
              -2
              Quote: Mountain Shooter
              Igor, what are you talking about?

              You do not understand what I mean? belay Does the very existence of a law prohibiting the import of cheaper gasoline into a country that is one of the five leaders in oil production and export offend you? Or will you repeat all the way - "Ave, Putin"? Zhenya, how much more can you spread rot on your own economy, while repeating about mythical breakthroughs, about fabulous import substitution? You yourself are not offended for the state? After all, almost all industries were handed over to the Chinese. By the way, they have gasoline from our oil, our gas and electricity.
              1. Mountain shooter
                Mountain shooter 17 August 2020 19: 42 New
                +1
                Quote: Ingvar 72
                economy, while repeating about mythical breakthroughs, about fabulous import substitution? You yourself are not offended for the state? After all, almost all industries were handed over to the Chinese. By the way, they have gasoline from our oil, our gas and electricity.

                I just work in industry, and I have the most direct relation to import substitution ... but what kind of data do you have, where does it come from? From the Internet? So in it 90% of liberal publications simply lie ... And well ... let it be. Those who are concerned know what it really is. Finally, in the right places, they returned SECRETY, hard and clearly. You will NOT enter the territory with your phone and tablet. You personally answer if you blurted out something. Etc. at the enterprise there is a network without Internet access, and if you try to insert a USB flash drive, the SB will instantly figure out which computer and what was downloaded - it was poured. In seconds. You won't have time to say meow !!! Forget about permissiveness and slovenliness of very recent times ...
                1. And why do you need
                  And why do you need 18 August 2020 00: 56 New
                  0
                  Quote: Mountain Shooter
                  Quote: Ingvar 72
                  economy, while repeating about mythical breakthroughs, about fabulous import substitution? You yourself are not offended for the state? After all, almost all industries were handed over to the Chinese. By the way, they have gasoline from our oil, our gas and electricity.

                  I just work in industry, and I have the most direct relation to import substitution ... but what kind of data do you have, where does it come from? From the Internet? So in it 90% of liberal publications simply lie ... And well ... let it be. Those who are concerned know what it really is. Finally, in the right places, they returned SECRETY, hard and clearly. You will NOT enter the territory with your phone and tablet. You personally answer if you blurted out something. Etc. at the enterprise there is a network without Internet access, and if you try to insert a USB flash drive, the SB will instantly figure out which computer and what was downloaded - it was poured. In seconds. You won't have time to say meow !!! Forget about permissiveness and slovenliness of very recent times ...

                  The Amur shipyard does not fit your opinion at all. There is no network Internet, modems are installed in departments. 4G communication throughout the plant. You can also use a smartphone. There is only a small disclaimer. Only in the assembly shop is it "forbidden".
                  1. Mountain shooter
                    Mountain shooter 18 August 2020 09: 59 New
                    +1
                    Quote: Why do you need it?
                    Amur Shipyard, does not fit your opinion at all

                    Did I write that all factories are like that?
                    Not at all. But many, where I used to just go with a regular pass, have now extremely seriously strengthened their secrecy measures ... And admission.
                    1. And why do you need
                      And why do you need 18 August 2020 14: 18 New
                      0
                      Quote: Mountain Shooter
                      Quote: Why do you need it?
                      Amur Shipyard, does not fit your opinion at all

                      Did I write that all factories are like that?
                      Not at all. But many, where I used to just go with a regular pass, have now extremely seriously strengthened their secrecy measures ... And admission.

                      And in your opinion, the ASZ is a so-so factory that does not have a secret status? Or were you privy to the secrets of Skolkovo?
                      1. Mountain shooter
                        Mountain shooter 18 August 2020 14: 27 New
                        0
                        Quote: Why do you need it?
                        And in your opinion, the ASZ is a so-so factory that does not have a secret status? Or were you privy to the secrets of Skolkovo?

                        If "razulyaevo", then the little factory in the sense of secrecy ... And Skolkovo, what's the secret? Come to your health. Phones don't take away, I've been there tongue
          2. Cristall
            Cristall 17 August 2020 16: 52 New
            +2
            Quote: Ingvar 72
            And we are all looking at the outskirts, right?

            Ukraine is sacred.
            If she did not exist, she would have been invented.
            Otherwise, propaganda would be inhibited
            1. Kart
              Kart 17 August 2020 17: 16 New
              +3
              She invents herself under the strict guidance of the United States.
              The results sometimes cause homeric laughter.
              1. Cristall
                Cristall 17 August 2020 17: 19 New
                0
                Quote: Carte
                The results sometimes cause homeric laughter.

                you can always laugh. Laughter prolongs life.
                The main thing is to get things done.
          3. Alex Justice
            Alex Justice 18 August 2020 10: 53 New
            -1
            Our prices have dropped significantly, by 25 percent.
    4. Rokambol
      Rokambol 17 August 2020 16: 09 New
      +7
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Europe will help you ... will bring gasoline

      Will bring, of course. Europe will "splash them a petrol" and set them on fire ... Well, first, it will rip them off in full for the alleged supply of gasoline, and then set them on fire.
    5. Alkonavt
      Alkonavt 17 August 2020 16: 41 New
      0
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Camouflage ... rejoice, lads. Europe will help you ... will bring gasoline, Euro-6 ...

      If Belarus goes to the dump, the lads will have a hard time .. Belarus is the only neighboring country that supplied goods at more reasonable prices, including from Russia .. The old man was skimming good cream on sanctions against Russia ... Then Russia said Enough! Well, Old Man has done business with his own language ..
  2. evgen1221
    evgen1221 17 August 2020 14: 55 New
    +3
    Well, svidomity in their repertoire, and whether it is not guess the neighbor! Yes, easy, And if it touches us? Yes, not in zhist!)))
    1. 1976AG
      1976AG 17 August 2020 14: 58 New
      +3
      And if Lukashenka admits that the Ukrainians made a setup with the Wagnerites, then prices may rise even without strikes.
  3. bulava
    bulava 17 August 2020 14: 58 New
    +4
    Tell Sanych - we can handle two hundred!
    For the sake of freedom and democracy (well, to curry favor with the European Union), you will have to endure.
    1. Paul Siebert
      Paul Siebert 17 August 2020 17: 50 New
      0
      Quote: bulava
      Tell Sanych - we can handle two hundred!
      For the sake of freedom and democracy (well, to curry favor with the European Union), you will have to endure.

      This is a rhyme from the times of Gorbachev, when vodka rose in price to 10 rubles:
      "Tell Gorbach - I'll pay twenty!
      If there are twenty-five, we will take the Winter one again! " laughing
  4. RUnnm
    RUnnm 17 August 2020 14: 58 New
    +3
    What does Ukraine have to do with it if 80% of Ukraine's diesel fuel is exported from Belarus, and the regional authorities did not recognize Old Man. This is just the beginning.
    1. Evdokim
      Evdokim 17 August 2020 15: 12 New
      +3
      Quote: RUnnm
      if 80% of diesel fuel in Ukraine is exported from Belarus, and the authorities of the outskirts did not recognize the Old Man. This is just the beginning.

      What a pity, the father was not recognized. Looks like they decided to switch from a diesel engine to vodka with vegetable oil. hi
      1. RUnnm
        RUnnm 17 August 2020 15: 33 New
        +1
        So what kind of granny are you talking about?
      2. Kart
        Kart 17 August 2020 17: 18 New
        +1
        On the internal gas flowing from peas in half with a neck.
    2. Cristall
      Cristall 17 August 2020 16: 54 New
      0
      Quote: RUnnm
      What does Ukraine have to do with it if 80% of Ukraine's diesel fuel is exported from Belarus, and the regional authorities did not recognize Old Man. This is just the beginning.

      exactly ... where does the RF

      blame everything on the RB ... They are accomplices of the "junta"
      figures 80% would be more likely to relate to the Russian Federation.
  5. svp67
    svp67 17 August 2020 15: 01 New
    +3
    Today, the price of a liter of AI-95 gasoline at gas stations in Ukraine (at the current exchange rate) is about 72-78 rubles (translated into Russian currency). If the price really rises by a quarter, then it can overcome the bar of 100 rubles per liter of 95th gasoline.
    Gasoline, of course, but they all over there switched cars to gas, but diesel fuel is YES ... without it there is no agricultural work, no war ...
    “And what will happen if the strike in Belarus is supported by oil refineries.”
    And if not only them? Ukraine will be left without cheap and high-quality Belarusian goods and without Belarusian transit ... So, be afraid of fulfilling your desires ...
  6. APASUS
    APASUS 17 August 2020 15: 02 New
    +4
    An interesting approach: to rejoice at strikes, for example, at MTZ and MZKT and grieve over possible strikes at oil refineries ...

    And that only fuel, everything else will have to be looked for on the side and it will also go up, in case of problems in Belarus
    In 2016, Ukraine's imports increased compared to 2015 for most of the top 25 items. The highest growth rate was recorded for the groups:
    1 tractors for agricultural work (with the exception of tractors driven by a nearby driver) and tractors for forestry, wheeled (nomenclature of goods subject to foreign trade code 870190) - 142%;
    2 cars and other motor vehicles intended mainly for the transport of people, with a working volume of engine cylinders of more than 1500 cm³, but not more than 3000 cm³ (nomenclature of goods subject to foreign trade code 870323) - 114%;
    3 combine harvesters (nomenclature of goods subject to foreign trade code 843351) - 137%;
    4 motor vehicles for the carriage of goods: with a piston internal combustion engine with compression ignition (diesel or semi-diesel), with a gross vehicle mass of not more than 5 tons (nomenclature of goods subject to foreign trade code 870421) - 53%;
    5 cars and other motor vehicles intended mainly for the transport of people, with a working volume of engine cylinders of more than 1500 cm³, but not more than 2500 cm³ (nomenclature of goods subject to foreign trade code 870332) - 50%;
    6 telephone sets for cellular communication networks or other wireless communication networks (TN VED code 851712) - 50%;
    7 herbicides, anti-emergence agents and plant growth regulators (TN VED code 380893) - 36%;
    8 other vehicles with an internal combustion engine with compression ignition (diesel or semi-diesel), with a cylinder capacity of more than 2500 cm³ (TN VED code 870333) - 36%.

    And here the problems of Belarus will immediately affect agriculture, while one of the few sources of the country's welfare.
    1. Roman246810
      Roman246810 17 August 2020 15: 08 New
      -10
      the problems of Belarus will immediately affect agriculture


      Well, I still often hear that in our country there are many "cheap and high-quality Belarusian products" ..
      This means that everything will rise in price here too ..
      And what has to do with kakli ..))
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 17 August 2020 15: 11 New
        +6
        Quote: Roman246810
        Well, I still often hear that in our country there are many "cheap and high-quality Belarusian products" ..
        This means that everything will rise in price here too ..
        And what has to do with kakli ..))

        For example, Belarusian products are not so cheap and the quality is certainly different, but they have a price tag
        1. Roman246810
          Roman246810 17 August 2020 15: 17 New
          -4
          Let's say

          Well, the problem was solved !!
          Likewise, the Ukrainians will say something ..))
  7. iouris
    iouris 17 August 2020 15: 03 New
    +1
    Calm down. Everything is going well: Ze is at the helm, the West is helping, it remains to bring the right president to power in Washington.
  8. Undecim
    Undecim 17 August 2020 15: 05 New
    +2
    To date, the price of a liter of AI-95 gasoline at gas stations in Ukraine (at the current exchange rate) is about 72-78 rubles
    As they say - it's beautiful not to lie - you can't tell a story. Today, at gas stations in Ukraine, the average price of Ai-95 is 56-58 rubles at the current exchange rate. And only on some branded WOG type - 70 rubles.
    1. bulava
      bulava 17 August 2020 15: 10 New
      +1
      Oh, I didn't know that our Tatneft still works for them
    2. APASUS
      APASUS 17 August 2020 15: 15 New
      -1
      Quote: Undecim
      To date, the price of a liter of AI-95 gasoline at gas stations in Ukraine (at the current exchange rate) is about 72-78 rubles
      As they say - it's beautiful not to lie - you can't tell a story. Today, at gas stations in Ukraine, the average price of Ai-95 is 56-58 rubles at the current exchange rate. And only on some branded WOG type - 70 rubles.

      Well, multiply if literate:
      1 Ukrainian hryvnia equals
      2,70 Russian ruble
      Aug 17 12:11 UTC Disclaimer
      1

      Ukrainian hryvnia
      2,70

      Russian ruble
      1. Roman246810
        Roman246810 17 August 2020 15: 19 New
        -6
        Well, so he multiplied ..))
        1. APASUS
          APASUS 17 August 2020 15: 22 New
          +2
          Quote: Roman246810
          Well, so he multiplied ..))

          Another calculator at school used and smoked math ................
          1. Roman246810
            Roman246810 17 August 2020 15: 26 New
            -2
            Now the victim of the exam will multiply 21 by 2,7 on his calculator, getting 78, and wipe everyone's nose ..))

            Hospadya .. where do they come from ..
      2. Undecim
        Undecim 17 August 2020 15: 33 New
        +3
        Well, multiply if literate:
        Well, since you yourself are not able to ...
        21 x 2.7 = 56.7 UAH / liter.
        1. Roman246810
          Roman246810 17 August 2020 15: 36 New
          -3
          Let's wait for an alternative version ..))
        2. APASUS
          APASUS 17 August 2020 15: 59 New
          0
          Quote: Undecim
          Well, multiply if literate:
          Well, since you yourself are not able to ...
          21 x 2.7 = 56.7 UAH / liter.

          This is the lowest point, and the top 27,49 is multiplied by 2,7 to get 74,22
          So it turned out 56,7 - 74,22
          where is 56-58?

          Quote: Undecim
          As they say - it's beautiful not to lie - you can't tell a story. Today, at gas stations in Ukraine, the average price of Ai-95 is 56-58 rubles at the current exchange rate.
          1. Undecim
            Undecim 17 August 2020 16: 16 New
            +3
            Apasus, strain yourself and try to count the number of gas stations, where 27,49 and where 21.00.
            It is doubtful that you will master such integration, but try at least.
            1. APASUS
              APASUS 17 August 2020 17: 06 New
              +2
              Quote: Undecim
              Apasus, strain yourself and try to count the number of gas stations, where 27,49 and where 21.00.
              It is doubtful that you will master such integration, but try at least.

              Nobody pulled you by the tongue, they blurted out 56-58, and now Apasus is to blame, he didn't master the integration
              1. Undecim
                Undecim 17 August 2020 17: 10 New
                +1
                Everything, everything, you can no longer strain. For the local marshal, you are already overworked.
                1. APASUS
                  APASUS 17 August 2020 17: 12 New
                  +3
                  Quote: Undecim
                  For the local marshal, you are already overworked.

                  The second is already jealous of these badges. It's bad that you can't give them, I would be happy
    3. Insurgent
      Insurgent 17 August 2020 15: 31 New
      0
      Quote: Undecim
      As they say - it's beautiful not to lie - you can't tell a story. Today, at gas stations in Ukraine, the average price of Ai-95 is 56-58 rubles at the current exchange rate. And only on some branded WOG type - 70 rubles.


      While, the average price in rubles as of 17.08.20/XNUMX/XNUMX, gasoline is:

      Russia - 46,79

      Belarus - 52,99

      Ukraine - 60,92

      https://ru.globalpetrolprices.com/gasoline_prices/ (choice of currency is available)
      1. Avior
        Avior 17 August 2020 15: 57 New
        +4
        Right.
        The average is 60-61.
        The average is obtained as follows - they take the usual price, which at every step, 56-57 rubles, and add up with the price of single pontovo gas stations, and then divide by 2.
        But the real price still remains at 56, it is at every step
        1. Insurgent
          Insurgent 17 August 2020 16: 00 New
          -1
          Quote: Avior
          Right.
          The average is 60-61.
          The average is obtained as follows - they take the usual price, which at every step, 56-57 rubles, and add up with the price of single pontovo gas stations, and then divide by 2.
          But the real price still remains at 56, it is at every step


          But there is a key word UNTIL.

          Price while a yes "Not big, not small, but familiar".

          But in cases of "force majeure", it can change and remain painfully high for a long time,while no other suppliers will be found ...
          1. Avior
            Avior 17 August 2020 16: 20 New
            +2
            The same was said last spring, when the export of oil products and fuel to Ukraine from Russia was banned from June 1
            But in fact, gasoline in Ukraine fell in price after the ban, while in Russia it rose in price.
            Mystic?
            1. Cristall
              Cristall 17 August 2020 17: 14 New
              0
              Quote: Avior
              The same was said last spring, when the export of oil products and fuel to Ukraine from Russia was banned from June 1

              Yes, it was epic news that Ukraine was once again a khan.
              And only timid voices about what was forbidden to everyone, and everything is allowed to those close to them. But whoever listened to them ... minus our everything.
              The market consumes different. Suppliers are competing. RF on an equal footing + convenience of logistics.
              But there is also Latvian quality and expensive.
              But the most glamorous thing is that Kremenchug is confidently gaining momentum and sea supplies were increasing. And the share of neighbors is falling. Tanker is evidently cheaper.
      2. Undecim
        Undecim 17 August 2020 16: 18 New
        -1
        To the average driver, the average price is up to the bulb. He refills at a specific gas station.
    4. paco.soto
      paco.soto 17 August 2020 16: 04 New
      +2
      39 operators? Thank you for the information. I don't want to "google", but in Europe now I can't remember more than 5-7 operators offhand.
  9. CommanderDIVA
    CommanderDIVA 17 August 2020 15: 28 New
    +1
    I wonder what Russia will lose in case of a change of power in Belarus? Military facilities, MZKT chassis for our equipment, tank sights, I don’t remember anything else at a glance, I want to believe that our leaders have studied and analyzed the Ukrainian lesson
    1. Roman246810
      Roman246810 17 August 2020 15: 31 New
      -6
      Russia will lose .... Military facilities, MAZ chassis for our equipment, tank sights

      According to the logic of our president, import substitution should benefit us ..
      In this case, I rather agree with this ..
    2. Rubi0
      Rubi0 17 August 2020 19: 24 New
      +2
      I would have already imposed sanctions on everything except Mzkt products. How states imposed sanctions on everything except titanium and antares engines.
  10. askort154
    askort154 17 August 2020 15: 38 New
    +4
    It is also worth adding that Ukraine used relatively cheap fuel and lubricants from Belarus to keep its military equipment on alert.

    And where does Belarus get fuel and lubricants? In Russia ! And when Russia said that it would supply oil only in the volumes necessary only for Belarus, and if they want more, then the price will also increase. It was then that Luke got up to speed.
    He began to insult Russia, shouting, we will buy oil from Azerbaijan, Venezuela, etc. Drove one of the Norwegian train - calculated the price, wept.
    Luka panicked, just as the US Secretary of State arrived in Belarus, Pompeo promised that the US could supply twice as much oil to Belarus as Russia. It was here that Luke suffered. He began to speak impudently with Russia. Meanwhile, in Ukraine, the CIA-SBU was developing a plan to set him up in front of Russia with the sending of "Wagnerites" from Russia, allegedly for provocations in his elections. Luka easily swallowed this bait. Without contacting Russia, he arrested its citizens. Gave an interview to the Ukrainian media, vilifying Russia, accusing it of preparing terrorist attacks in the upcoming elections .. When his eyes were opened to the fact that he had been divorced as a "sucker", he again rushed to Russia - help out. And so regularly. That "tiger", then the pitiful "lamb".
    But he has to endure, he understands this perfectly and constantly blackmails on this. Our mistake - we did not prepare a replacement for him. Now he is for Russia - a suitcase without a handle. How can you rely on such a "ally".?!
    1. prior
      prior 17 August 2020 17: 05 New
      0
      Don't dust the infantry.
      Russia sells oil products to Ukraine much more than Belarus, but our media do not shout about this at every intersection. Another question is whose solarium the Ukrainian armored vehicles are driving.
      Business and nothing personal.
      And Lukashenka?
      Lukashenka was spinning between the "millstones" of Russian oligarchs and Western "friends of Belarus" as best he could
      for the interests of Belarusians.
      And he fought for energy prices not for personal enrichment.
      1. Rubi0
        Rubi0 17 August 2020 17: 48 New
        +3
        Well, in any case, it is better for the Russian Federation to take the gesheft with the added value for oil products, and not just give it to Luka. Although it sounds disgusting
  11. Cristall
    Cristall 17 August 2020 15: 49 New
    +4
    It should also be added that Ukraine used relatively cheap fuels and lubricants from Belarus to maintain combat readiness of its military equipment.

    The Russian Federation has always supplied cheaper, and at the same time connected the administrative resource to increase the share of supplies from the Russian Federation and decrease from the Republic of Belarus.
    Russian partners will gladly replace Belarus and even cheaper.
    Besides, the most expensive fuel is Latvian.
    Russian is the cheapest.
    RB fuel average price
    And most importantly a cherry ...
    from the Republic of Belarus gasoline and almost all diesel for tanks and equipment is the Russian Federation and Kremenchug. (also oil from the Russian Federation)
    But the Russians are very fond of reproaching the Republic of Belarus for supplying fuel and lubricants for the Armed Forces of Ukraine, but they themselves delivered many times more for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Is this a kind of competition or what is a bull allowed?
  12. Avior
    Avior 17 August 2020 15: 51 New
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    Oh, this word "may". May rise in price, but may not.
    Contributed by the authors of the article.
    The average price for 95 gasoline in Ukraine is 23 UAH, but in reality at Ukrnafta at every step for 21 UAH.
    which corresponds to 57-62 rubles.
    That year, in early summer, from June 1, the export of oil products and oil to Ukraine from Russia was banned.
    Also, I remember, they wrote here a lot about how gasoline in Ukraine will rise sharply in price.
    But in fact, it fell sharply.
    https://index.minfin.com.ua/ua/markets/fuel/a95/
    And since then it is constantly getting cheaper.
    So you need to wait and see how the price changes.
  13. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 17 August 2020 16: 05 New
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    If such suppliers are the countries of the European Union, then the cost of gasoline in Ukraine in a short time can grow by at least a quarter.
    fool This is after .... Until you find suppliers, while you agree on prices and terms of contracts ...... The price in Ukraine is a rocket. recourse
  14. bar
    bar 17 August 2020 16: 38 New
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    And in the morning they woke up ...
    How changeable life is. Again, the peremoga suddenly turned into anger ... what
  15. Lumpen
    Lumpen 17 August 2020 16: 39 New
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    So can they or will they jump? The author forgot to mention that Ukraine has its own oil refineries, and the port of Odessa is adapted to accept tankers and now tankers with "light Texas oil" purchased during your "war with OPEC" are being supplied to the Kremenchug oil refinery and Belarus is not the only supplier
    1. Cristall
      Cristall 17 August 2020 17: 16 New
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      Quote: Lumpen
      The author forgot to mention that Ukraine has its own refineries

      Kremenchuk, its share is growing.
      Quote: Lumpen
      and the port of Odessa is adapted

      The port of Chornomorsk, Odessa is not loaded with tankers.
      1. Lumpen
        Lumpen 17 August 2020 17: 25 New
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        I agree, my side means the port of Chernomorsk (this is the former Ilyichevsk?)
    2. Rubi0
      Rubi0 17 August 2020 17: 45 New
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      There it is, maybe they are, out of 4 it seems like one Kremenchug remained, and everything is muddy there, Kolomoisky did a good job there
  16. Normal ok
    Normal ok 17 August 2020 16: 58 New
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    Omnrednoe stretching owv on the globe. First, 95 gasoline costs 58 rubles (in terms of), and not 72-78 as written in the article. And secondly, now to study the possibility of launching our own previously shut down refineries.
  17. msm
    msm 17 August 2020 17: 12 New
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    Unfortunately, Russia does not have a coherent policy on any foreign policy issue. We are like Alchen from "12 Chairs" - we are always embarrassed and hesitant.
  18. Rubi0
    Rubi0 17 August 2020 17: 42 New
    0
    Great news more expensive gasoline more non-competitive goods. I have been saying for a long time that they don’t want to be a subject of the federation to stop destroying all factories and let them be engaged in agriculture, the RF will sell high-tech products and diesel fuel. Down with these fraternities, some losses from them and the result is still deplorable.
  19. imobile2008
    imobile2008 17 August 2020 17: 50 New
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    Quote: RUnnm
    What does Ukraine have to do with it, if 80% of Ukraine's diesel fuel is exported from Belarus, and, therefore, from the Russian Federation, and the authorities of the outskirts did not recognize Old Man. This is just the beginning.

    And why no one asks how Lukoshenko is supporting the Ukrainian military machine? How did Putin make this possible?
  20. Ros 56
    Ros 56 17 August 2020 18: 29 New
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    I would cut off the oxygen for these banderlog altogether, let the striped ones carry them from across the ocean.