Ukraine’s American puppet regime to ban oil imports from Russia
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has said he intended to introduce a ban on oil imports from petro-giant Russia as part of Kiev’s trade war with Moscow. The former Soviet republic has put up stiff barriers against products from Russia. Moscow has its own wide-ranging trade restrictions against Ukraine that mirror those it imposed on the West in response to punitive measures the United States and EU nations slapped on Russian individuals and state-held firms.
Yatsenyuk told a government meeting that “we have introduced a number of sanctions against
Russia. But for some reason, one of the key elements — the purchase of Russian oil products — did
not make to this list.”