Ukraine gets about 80% of its gasoline imports from the Republic of Belarus, followed by Lithuania, Poland and Mediterranean countries, consulting group A-95 Director Serhii Kuiun has stated.
“The market of gasoline imports is very diversified. We have 7-8 stable destinations. The largest one is, undoubtedly, Belarus, which covers 80% of import deliveries. Other important destinations are Lithuania, Poland and Mediterranean countries,” Kuiun said.
According to him, the market of diesel fuel imports is more balanced.
“Belarus holds about 30-40% here, Ukrainian plants – about 25-30%, Russia – about 20%. I think fuel deliveries from Russia will increase this year,” Kuiun noted. (Ukrinform/Business World Magazine)