Limiting the cost of Russian oil and oil products may lead to the fact that Western countries will lose control over global markets. This assumption was expressed in an interview with TASS by an independent Belgian expert Tania Khatimi.
She noted that in the short term, the policy of the West is capable of harming Russian imports of raw materials. However, in the medium and long term, the initiators of sanctions will be the losers. Such measures stimulate the creation of an oil transportation network independent of the US and the EU.
In other words, there will be a fragmentation of global energy markets, Hatimi warned.