Pumping in the Czech Republic was not stopped due to sufficient operational reserves in Slovakia, Mero said.
Oil deliveries through the Druzhba pipeline from Russia to Slovakia through the Druzhba pipeline have been temporarily suspended after a missile attack in Ukraine. This was reported by the Swat agency CTK on Thursday, November 24.
“According to our information, Russian oil supplies through the Druzhba pipeline from Ukraine to Slovakia were stopped due to a power outage. Pumping in the Czech Republic was not stopped due to sufficient operating reserves in Slovakia,” said Barbara Puttsova from Mero, which owns and operates the Czech section of the Druzhba pipeline.
He added that his company continues to monitor the situation with oil supplies and is in constant contact with Transpetrol, the operator of the Slovak part of the Druzhba pipeline.
It will be remembered that on November 15, oil supplies to Hungary were suspended through Friendship. Then it was also related to Russian missile attacks in Ukraine. Because of this, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban called a meeting of the Defense Council. Delivery continued the next day.
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