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EU proposes to release Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic from embargo on oil from Russia until 2024 – media
BRUSSELS. May 6 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The European Union proposes to provide Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic with the opportunity to maintain Russian oil imports until 2024, Bloomberg reports.
" The European Union has proposed a revision to its Russia oil sanctions ban that would give Hungary and Slovakia an extra year, until the end of 2024," the agency writes.
According to it, Brussels proposes to introduce a similar exception for the Czech Republic until June 2024.