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Turkish Finance Minister: Ankara will be able to independently purchase and transport oil from Russia without Western insurance

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Turkish Finance Minister: Ankara will be able to independently purchase and transport oil from Russia without Western insurance

Turkish Finance Minister Nureddin Nebati gave an interview to The Wall Street Journal during his visit to the United States last week. The Minister of Treasury and Finance took part in the meeting of the Central Bank governors and the heads of the Ministry of Finance of the GXNUMX countries.


One of the key topics that American journalists touched upon during a conversation with Nebati was the “price ceiling” for Russian energy resources, which the leaders of the G7 countries plan to introduce.

Answering the question whether Ankara will adhere to these rules when buying oil, the Turkish minister replied that the restrictions are not yet in effect.

At the same time, Nebati stressed that in the case of importing Russian oil, Turkey, first of all, will proceed from its own interests and satisfy domestic needs.

In particular, according to the head of the Turkish Ministry of Finance, if economic restrictions are introduced against Russian energy carriers, Ankara will be able to develop tools that will allow the country to adapt to innovations.

For example, as Nebati said, Turkey will be able to independently purchase and transport oil from the Russian Federation without resorting to Western insurance and without using foreign financing. As a result, everything will be done in such a way that the country will be able to import in the required volumes, but at the same time will not violate any of the sanctions.

Recall that the leaders of the GXNUMX countries are planning to impose restrictions on the sale of our oil, setting a "price ceiling" and thereby limiting the profits of Russian energy companies. The West is also trying to ban insuring tankers with Russian oil.

At the same time, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that if the West makes such decisions, Russia will simply stop supplying its resources abroad. At least to those countries that will adhere to the sanctions imposed against our energy exports.
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  1. Evil 55
    Evil 55 21 October 2022 12: 31
    +5
    It's high time ... They got used to getting money out of thin air in Geyrobe ..
  2. Uprun
    Uprun 21 October 2022 12: 36
    +5
    In Turkish, so, sent ...... in the east, cultured people, not like the outskirts gopote ....
  3. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 21 October 2022 12: 39
    +3
    in the case of the import of Russian oil, Turkey, first of all, will proceed from its own interests
    And Turkey's interest is great - in terms of the opportunity to become a gas hub, which the GDP said and Erdogan immediately seized on. For the sake of this interest and to meet Russia, it is possible to find opportunities for transporting our oil, bypassing Western sanctions.
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 21 October 2022 13: 53
      +2
      Gennady hi!
      Quote: rotmistr60
      And Turkey's interest is great - in terms of the opportunity to become a gas hub, which the GDP said and Erdogan immediately seized on.

      Not only.

      The Black Sea is, in fact, an internal puddle of Russia and Turkey. From whom and from what should we insure? From Ukrainian floating mines? From Bulgaria or Georgia? From a couple of NATO troughs, clinging to Romania and periodically checking - and whose, after all, is Crimea?
      Oil comes to the Turkish coast, and then - to the one who pays the most. Oil is already "Turkish" (as "Bayraktars" in Ukraine are already "Ukrainian"). There is insurance for "Turkish" oil, but there are no price restrictions.
      Here you have not only a gas, but also an oil hub.

      Therefore, Erdogan is not against us throwing an extra "chervonets" over the "limited" prices - Europe-Asia will cover the costs.
  4. cniza
    cniza 21 October 2022 13: 09
    +4
    As a result, everything will be done in such a way that the country will be able to import in the required volumes, but at the same time will not violate any of the sanctions.


    Erdogan becomes a bone in the throat of the United States...
    1. Carib
      Carib 21 October 2022 13: 32
      0
      Not yet. But it can really be.
      1. cniza
        cniza 21 October 2022 17: 57
        +3
        Maybe not yet, but very soon...
    2. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 21 October 2022 13: 56
      +2
      Quote: cniza
      Erdogan becomes a bone in the throat of the United States...

      With Turkey, America is not as simple as with the rest. As for the "orange revolutions", Erdogan has already explained and shown America.
      And about something else in the American training manuals, probably, it is not written ...
      1. cniza
        cniza 21 October 2022 17: 58
        +4
        Yes, the United States has always been behind all the coups in Turkey, and the last time they broke off ...
  5. Jsem_CZEKO68
    Jsem_CZEKO68 21 October 2022 16: 30
    +1
    Turecká loď se brzo potká s torpedem USA, další terorismus USA.
  6. Fizik13
    Fizik13 21 October 2022 21: 23
    -2
    I wonder if Erdogan and his K are strong enough to fight the dollar and the Americans, with their sanctions? Or buy for Rubles. and then sell for cabbage.
  7. Dmitrii
    Dmitrii 22 October 2022 04: 05
    +1
    Yes, for Erdogan, and so a discount for a regular customer on all energy resources)))