Friday, July 17, 2015

Russia plans to ship fuel from Crimea to Syria

Russia plans to supply Syria with 200,000 tons of liquefied petroleum gas per year via the Crimean port of Kerch, two trading sources told Reuters.
The plans are a further sign of cooperation between the two countries despite hopes in the West that Russia might stop shielding President Bashar al-Assad from pressure to step aside....
Bth this would presumably partially offset supplies to Syria cut off from Turkey in December. How does something like LNG get delivered ship to shore in Syria?

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