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MOSCOW, March 20. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s Ministry of Energy and Crimea’s government have agreed on fuel supplies to the republic until October 2014, the ministry reports referring to Minister Alexander Novak.
“We have agreed with the Crimean government to supply fuel over the agricultural season and over the resort season (May-October),” the authority reports the minister as saying.
The ministry has been monitoring fuel supplies. To date, “the current supplies are sufficient to satisfy Crimea’s demand in engine fuel,” Novak said.