Heating oil delivery agreed with Zarubezhneft for winter season in Banjaluka and Prijedor

Zeljka Cvijanovic

Republika Srpska Prime minister Zeljka Cvijanovic told Srna today that a delivery of heating oil had been agreed in Moscow with representatives of Zarubezhneft, which would enable a stable heating season in Banjaluka and Prijedor this year.

Cvijanovic underlined that export of agricultural and other products to Russian market had also been agreed, which, as she stated, opened an opportunity for producers from Republika Srpska.

“The form of Russian engagement in production stimulation and organization in Srpska for the purpose of export to Russian market has been discussed with Marshal Investment Group. Also, a delivery of food products – meat, fruit, vegetables – is also being discussed”, Cvijanovic said.

She said that Republika Srpska delegation, led by the President Milorad Dodik, had also agreed elements of the credit totaling 76 million euros.

Srpska delegation is in a few days visit to Moscow, where it yesterday met general director of Zarubezhneft Sergey Kudryashov and Gazprom chief Alexey Miller.