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Last week, two important news were published for all people who use motor fuel or are heavily dependent on it. First, the European Union imposed an embargo on Russian oil. Secondly, Latvia temporarily waived its biofuel blending obligations. According to transport and logistics companies, if the Estonian finance minister does not keep his promise to change the fuel policy, this will lead to a revival of cross-border trade.

Last week, two important news were published for all people who use motor fuel or are heavily dependent on it. First, the European Union imposed an embargo on Russian oil. Secondly, Latvia temporarily waived its biofuel blending obligations. According to transport and logistics companies, if the Estonian finance minister does not keep his promise to change the fuel policy, this will lead to a revival of cross-border trade.


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