Products of Russian origin, which are sanctioned by the government in Kosovo, are being sold openly in stores even with a tax coupon.
The denunciation comes through a product of "Gazprom", the Russian state gas and oil company. This product apparently entered Kosovo freely from customs and is already sold in the country's stores.
Russian-made car oil is sold at many different points in Kosovo, and costs 4 euros.
Even on the fiscal coupon for the purchase of this product, the origin "Russia" and "Gazprom" are marked.
Russian goods, based on the decisions of the Government, should not be sold in Kosovo and it is the duty of the Market Inspectorate of the Ministry of Industry, headed by Rozeta Hajdari, to remove them from the market.
The Council of the European Union has approved the 11th package of sanctions against Russia due to the start of the war in Ukraine in June of this year. This package included the expansion of some previous restrictions and several dozen new entities and goods were added, writes Albanian Post.