The White House has privately urged the world’s biggest commodity traders not to be afraid of deals when it comes to the supply of Russian oil, which is negotiated with a price cap. This was reported by the Financial Times, citing sources.
Meetings were held with representatives from Trafigura and Gunvor. It also turned out that the states never objected to trade in Russian petroleum products within the price limits of the G7.
Members of President Biden’s administration have also been known to even “actively encourage” traders to resume trading in Russian commodities. Details are provided by Lenta.ru.
Earlier, it was learned that US President Joseph Biden admitted that Donald Trump may well become the future President of the United States.
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