In an interview with RT on Friday, Pakistani Oil Minister Musadik Malik said his government is set to start importing crude oil from Russia in March, following the yearly intergovernmental commission held between Moscow and Islamabad.
Malik explained that many countries had already come up with some sort of mechanism for importing Russian oil that has been working for them and there were no concerns about possible repercussions.
“I don’t see any problems, we’re not violating anything, we’re not doing anything completely new, which the world hasn’t done,” Malik said, referring to the oil imports by European countries.
“Europe is taking energy from Russia, and if you look at the quantum of energy that Europe is taking right now from Russia and compare it with even what Pakistan in times to come may take, it’s not even going to be a small fraction,” he said.
Source: Press TV
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