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BERLIN, May 18. /TASS/. The debt load of Russia’s oil major Rosneft, despite the company being under sanctions, is at a comfortable level, according to the company’s CEO Igor Sechin.
"The debt obligations of Rosneft are at a very effective level, the debt to EBITDA ratio is 1.5, which is a very comfortable level for any company. For a company under sanctions, I would say that this is a brilliant level," he said.
Rosneft continues to supply oil products to Ukraine without limiting, the CEO has added.