Kathmandu: the U.S. and European countries have imposed a wide range of economic sanctions on Russia in the run-up to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. A few days ago, the U.S. and European countries even banned imports from Russia.
Russia’s oil companies – which have been in trouble from these restrictions – have offered India a heavy release on oil. Russia’s oil companies have exempted India from 25 to 27% in crude oil prices, according to a Business Standard report. This afar of Russian oil companies will have a direct impact on the Nepalese market because Nepal is India
It buys processed oil from the Indian Oil Corporation. Nepal does not buy and process crude oil. Nepal has bought that processed oil after Indian oil bought and processed it. When Indian oil buys oil at a heavy discount and sells it on its market at a cheaper price, Nepal is also more likely to get oil at a cheaper price. Crude oil prices now rise heavily on the international market
Oil prices are also rising in the Nepalese market because of the impact of the conflict. India is the second-most populous country in the world and the seventh-largest country in terms of area. India has not voted against Russia or Russia over the Ukraine attack spree on any international forum – including the U.N. Security Council, or the General Assembly.
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In this case, Russian companies have put the Indian market first. India has become a very important market for Russia as the Western market closes. It’s also… A picture on social media Wednesday got a discussion. In that image in the Kathmandu Gausala square in the morning, two motorcyclists were stopped in traffic. In that picture, two bike riders appear to be looking at each other’s number plates.
They’ve watched each other’s number plates after seeing the same number plate of both motorcycles. Both motorcycles have a plate of Bagmati Pradesh-02-022 P 2380. The same picture is now viral on social media. The Kathmandu Valley Traffic Police Office has also investigated the matter after it came to social networks.
According to Sanjiv Sharma Das, the police superintendent of the Traffic Police Office, the office has sought both motorcycles after the picture was pulled out. An NS Pulsar all paperwork has been fine, and the number is fine. He is in our office, ‘he said, looking for another. ’
He says another motorcycle is seen on CCTV heading to Bhaktpur. The motorcyclist is also being searched, the office has said. Das, the police superintendent who understands what happened only after he got in touch, said.