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All 59 gas stations of Azerbaijan State Oil Company (SOCAR) in Ukraine will provide state vehicles with free fuel 24/7


Azerbaijan'sstate energy organization SOCAR furthermore Russia's oil and gas goliath

Rosneft have marked an arrangement to supply oil items and melted

oil gas (LPG) to Ukraine furthermore different nations, a SOCAR representative said on Monday.

The arrangement is probably going to clear way for the resumption of Rosneft's

commodities of fuel to Ukraine, which has confronted with the possibilities of diesel deficiencies

proton Energy, its previous selective provider of diesel and LPG to Ukraine, suspended shipments of

Russian diesel to the country in April.

The tasks were stopped after a decision by Kiev's Supreme Anti-Corruption Court prompted the capture of

diesel, claimed by the Swiss-based merchant, that was ready to go from Russia.

"SOCAR has marked an arrangement with Rosneft on the freedoms to sell oil items in Eastern Europe, Poland,

Ukraine, the Baltic states, etc," SOCAR's Ibrahim Akhmedov said.

He added that the gatherings have been as yet in chats on when the conveyances would begin.