Yugoslavia Says Iran Is Filling Crude and Products Short-fall
Yugoslavia has imported 1.6mn tons of crude oil and products from Iran duringthe first eight months of 1991 (an average of 48,000 b/d) in order to cover ashortfall caused by reduced exports from the Soviet Union and fighting inCroatia. Yugoslavia's temporary Minister for Foreign Economic Relations, Mr.Boza Jovanovic, who replaced Croatian France Horvat, told the Tanjug news agencyon 22 October that...
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