Serbia, The Government banned the export of gas from December 1

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The Government of Serbia has extended until the end of the year the Regulation on limiting the price of oil derivatives and the decision to temporarily reduce the amount of excise duties on these derivatives: leaded gasoline, unleaded gasoline and gas oils by 10 percent.

Bearing in mind the energy crisis on the world market, as stated by the Government of Serbia, the decision to ban the export of natural gas was extended.

That decision will apply from December 1, 2022 and will be valid for one month, the Beta agency reports.

The export of milk and milk products will be prohibited from December 1, it was announced after the Government session. That decision will be in force for one month.

The restriction on the price of bread made from T-500 type flour was extended for another 90 days, as stated, in order to prevent major disruptions and preserve the living standards of the population, Slobodna Evropa reports.