All EU countries collectively for the first half of 2022 reduced the export of goods to Russia to €28.4 billion from €41.1 billion in 2021 (ie by 31%).

In the first half of 2022, EU goods exports to Russia decreased by 31%

Overall imports for January-June rose 83% (to €121.7bn from €66.4m), RIA Novosti reports, based on analysis of data from various national statistical services.

At the same time, it is noted that at the end of June, several countries were able to increase both exports and imports (bringing them almost to February values): these are Bulgaria, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Croatia and Estonia.

It also follows from the analyzes that the export of goods from their countries to the Russian Federation increased in the summer after a sharp drop in indicators in the winter:

  • Latvia (by 67%),
  • Slovenia (37%),
  • Croatia (28%),
  • Bulgarian (25%),
  • Estonian (19%),
  • Cyprus (12%),
  • Luxembourg (7%).

And ten EU countries began to import more goods from Russia:

  • Slovenia (4.4 times),
  • Croatia (2.7 times),
  • Czech Republic (2 times),
  • malt (88%),
  • Spain (46%),
  • Belgium (39%),
  • Luxembourg (22%),
  • Cyprus (13%),
  • Estonian (11%),
  • Bulgarian (10%).

The researchers emphasize that 13 countries in January-June have never reduced the import of Russian goods in monetary terms.

The minimum values ​​​​of deliveries of goods to the Russian Federation in 18 EU countries occurred in April, in another 4 countries the maximum drop was in May (we are talking about Greece, Denmark, Ireland and Sweden).

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Source: RB

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