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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Hong Kong bulk carrier, delivered under the Odessa coal from the United States, went to Novorossiysk

“Ambitious Ocean”, razrushivshij 13 September in the port Yuzhny (Odessa region) 62 thousand tonnes of U.S. thermal coal to Ukrainian thermal power station, headed to the Russian black sea port.

A bulk carrier under the flag of Hong Kong, according to some emcees, will download in Novorossiysk, the new batch of “American coal” and re-send “to the rescue” Ukrainian PJSC “Centrenergo”.

While it is possible that the appearance of the ship in Novorossiysk is just a trivial coincidence.

As previously reported by “MK” in the first “introductory” dialogue with the President of the United States Donald trump the leader of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has agreed to supply to the Ukrainian thermal power plants large batch “of coal from Pennsylvania”.

Idle experts back in June, suggested: cheap energy goes to Ukraine “in the package” with the American lethal weapon. That is, Kiev will pay for the coveted anti-tank systems “Javelin” through the purchase of obviously bad goods. Buy Kiev the most coal in DND and LNR, it would cost half the price of American, released a month ago at a price of $113 per tonne (including delivery to port Odessa region). Russia proposed this coal for $80, which also would cost the Ukrainian Treasury of cheaper overseas imports.

However, in Kiev “summit” chose to boast to the world “the energy independence of the aggressor state”. Knowing the reservation of the American side: with each subsequent batch, the cost of “Pennsylvania coal” will vary, and in the direction of appreciation.


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