The Ministry of energy of Poland promises to hold a probe into the supply of coal from the occupied territories of Donbass and to prohibit such transfers. About this on air of 112 Ukraine said the Minister of energy of Ukraine Igor Nasalik.

“At the meeting with the Minister we noted this theme, we received an assurance that there will be a complete inspection such supplies will be forbidden”, – said Nasalik.

He also reported that he met with the journalist who published the first part of the investigation, which is associated with the supply of anthracite with ORDO not only in Poland but also in other European countries.

According to the Minister, now the main task is to block this process.

“We have formally proven that believe that the purchase today of anthracite in ARDLA is direct financing of terrorism. Our arguments have been heard,” added Nasalik.

Earlier, Polish media reported that anthracite coal from ORDO goes to Poland and gets a profit from this, in particular, the leader of the terrorist organization LNR Igor Carpentry.

Later information was confirmed by the energy Minister of Poland Krzysztof Tchorzewski.

In August from Russia were exported to Europe about 175 thousand tons of coal, illegally exported from the occupied districts of Donetsk and Lugansk regions.

Read more about schemes, players, trade between Kiev and Moscow with IDLO read in the special Cash grad. The economy of the occupied Donbass.




Energy Minister of Poland promised to ban the export of coal from the Donbass 05.10.2017

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