BERLIN, Dec 1 (Reuters) – Germany and Poland have agreed to rapidly increase the capacity of existing ports and pipeline infrastructure to ensure supplies of crude oil and oil products, with a goal of ending imports of Russian crude oil, the said German Economics Ministry further Thursday.

“Recognizing both Poland’s and Germany’s dependence on Russian crude oil imports via the Druzhba pipeline, the sides emphasize the need to phase out imports of Russian crude oil and oil products as…



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