Occupier Russia's budget income fell to $12.6 billion in December last year due to sanctions and low oil prices. Thus, in just one month, the Russian Federation lost about 3 billion.
This is stated in the report of the International Energy Agency (IEA), Krym.Realii cites.
It is reported that after the collapse of exports due to the EU embargo on crude oil, which took effect on December 5, and the introduction of a price limit from the G7, exports from Russia have partially begun to recover.
However, in December, Russian oil exports decreased by an average of 200,000 barrels per day, that is to 7.8 million barrels. Oil exports from the Russian Federation increased by a little less than 5% last year, although prices were much lower.
Sanctions against Russian oil products will start working on February 5. According to the IEA, in December Russia exported a record 1.2 million barrels of diesel fuel per day, of which 60% was destined for the EU.