VILNIUS - A crude shipment from Norway for Belarus is expected to arrive in the port of Klaipeda this week as an alternative to Russian oil.
Government officials say Lithuania could in the future help Belarus to import gas, too, if Minsk wanted to reduce its dependence on Moscow.
The Breiviken tanker is expected to deliver a crude oil cargo to Klaipeda this week, Klaipedos Nafta, the operator of the Klaipeda oil terminal, has confirmed.
From the Lithuanian port, the crude will be transported to Belarus ...
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