Serbia, Government said that it has decided to extend an existing price cap on fuels until 28 February, News Serbia Energy
The statement from the Government said that it adopted these measures with the aim of preventing major disruptions and ensuring a safe supply of oil derivatives on the domestic market.
The retail price of euro diesel and euro premium petrol is capped at 1.53 euros/liter and 1.46 euros/liter, respectively.
The Government also extended the ban on exports of EN 590 diesel and natural gas until 28 February 28. Initially, it banned the exports of EN 590 diesel on 30 June 2022.
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