Fuels in Croatia and Slovenia are cheaper as of today, local media reports.
A liter of gasoline in Croatia has become cheaper by 2 cents and costs 1.44 euros, and a liter of diesel – 1.46 euros per liter or six cents less, reports the Croatian publication “Yutarni list”
The prices are in effect after yesterday’s meeting of the Croatian government, where an Ordinance on the determination of the highest retail prices of petroleum products was adopted, according to which the highest retail prices are calculated according to the formula according to the base price of fossil fuels in the previous 14 -day period.
The new prices will be in effect for two weeks.
Fuel prices in Slovenia, sold off highways, have been significantly reduced today, the Slovenian news agency STA reported.
The regulated price of regular gasoline was reduced by 2.6 cents to 1.508 euros per liter, diesel – by 6.4 cents to 1.544 euros per liter, and fuel oil became cheaper by 6.3 cents to 1.132 euros per liter, the Ministry of Energy announced .
These prices will be valid until December 4th.
Fuel prices on highways are not regulated.