The date of the introduction of special duties on coal imports from Russia was postponed

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine postponed the date of the introduction of a special duty on coal imports from Russia in the amount of 65% from May 1, UNIAN reports.

The corresponding decision was made at a government meeting. Earlier it was reported that a special duty of 65% on coal imports from the Russian Federation would be introduced from April 15.

Recall that the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine introduced a duty on the import of coal from Russia of almost all grades, except for anthracite, bituminous and coking coal.

Earlier it was reported that from April 20, DTEK holding had put the entire coal mining enterprise of the country Pavlohradvuhillya into an idle mode.

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