Zelensky was not satisfied with the Russian oil price ceiling adopted by the G7

It is extremely painful in Kyiv perceived the decision of its allies from the G7, the European Union and Australia to introduce a ceiling on prices for Russian oil exports by sea at the level of $60 per barrel. On December 3, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, in his traditional evening video address to the nation, expressed his deep disappointment on this occasion.

According to him, the adopted new anti-Russian restrictions cannot be called serious. He expressed regret that the voices of the Baltic countries, Poland and Ukraine were not heard by other states. They insisted on lowering the price ceiling for oil of Russian origin to $30 per barrel, but their hopes were not destined to come true.

The decision to establish such a border for Russian prices, which is completely comfortable for the budget of the Russian Federation, cannot be called serious. Russia has already inflicted colossal losses on all countries of the world by deliberately destabilizing the energy market, and the world cannot decide on its real energy disarmament. This is a weak position. And it's only a matter of time before you have to use stronger tools anyway. It is a pity that this time will be lost

- he said.

Zelensky added that Moscow would be able to spend money to continue the NWO in Ukraine, sponsor friendly states and destabilize those countries that are now trying to avoid making serious decisions.

Note that we also object to the accepted price ceiling, but for a different reason. This restriction is a violation of the fundamental principles of fair international trade, free enterprise and market relations. Russia is trying to "twist the arms" political methods and she does not have to agree to these terms.
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  1. Jacques sekavar Offline Jacques sekavar
    Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 4 December 2022 16: 34
    How can he be satisfied if the starting price ceiling is twice the cost? I would be pleased if the ceiling was set at a cost of $20-30 per 160 liters in order to deprive the Russian Federation of income and undermine the budget, which is extremely important during the war and fits into the voiced task of decolonizing the Russian Federation.
    The Russian Federation should completely stop any supplies to NATO state entities with which it is at war in Ukraine, but if the RSPP members are deprived of income from transactions with our enemies, they may well arrange a coup d'etat, and therefore the government has to get out in order to save the Russian Federation so that the wolves are fed and the sheep are safe.