MINSK Jan 18 (Reuters) - Belarus Oil Company, which oversees crude and oil exports from Belarus, said on Tuesday that Belarus diesel exports to Europe have not been cut and that it was following all its contractual obligations.
"We don't see any supply cuts. Contracts are being fulfilled, we are not breaching any obligations," company spokesman Andrei Sinitsa told Reuters.
On Monday traders told Reuters Belarus has suspended diesel exports to Europe, the first sign that its dispute with Russia over crude oil pricing is beginning to have an impact on global energy markets.
(Reporting by Andrei Makhovsky; writing by Vladimir Soldatkin; editing by Alfred Kueppers)