The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau has disclosed that the import of Russian crude oil will be banned in his country.
Justin noted that the ban will be in response to Russia’s military operation in Ukraine.
The Canadian prime minister made the declaration yesterday during a news conference. He said:
“Today, we are announcing as well our intention to ban all import of crude oil from Russia.”
On Thursday, February 24, Russia invaded Ukraine, responding to calls from the Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics for help from intensifying attacks by Ukrainian troops.
This, however, drew reactions from many world powerful countries as some of them condemned the attack, and imploring Russia stop the crisis as soon as possible.
The Canadian PM in response to the war, now declared that his country will ban the importation of crude from Russia, joining some other countries in frowning against the country’s invasion of Ukraine.
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