Two days ago, the Government of Serbia passed a Decree according to which new fuel prices will be established on a weekly basis at gas stations throughout Serbia.
The decision came into force yesterday at 3 pm, and will last for 30 days, ending on April 11. Translated yesterday from 3 pm, we pay for fuel at the new prices and they will remain until next Friday when the new price list will take effect at 3 pm.
As of yesterday, a liter of Eurodiesel costs 187.7 dinars (instead of the previous 179), and BMB premium petrol 95 176.3 dinars (instead of the previous 171).
As specified by the Government decree, the average wholesale prices of Euro diesel and Euro premium BMB 95 derivatives will be calculated by the Ministry of Mining and Energy every Friday and delivered to the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications by 1 pm, while the highest retail prices will be determined by the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications.
Pump owners will have to apply the new prices immediately after the new prices are published on the official website of the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications.
No pouring into canisters
Yesterday’s announcement of the Ministry of Trade pointed out that economic entities that trade in motor and other fuels are obliged to continue with the delivery of petroleum products, but only in the tanks of vehicles.
So, that means that refueling in canisters, barrels and other vessels in which people store fuel will be strictly prohibited from today at gas stations throughout Serbia.
In a statement, Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Tatjana Matic welcomed the government’s decision to limit the export of wheat, corn, oil and flour, as well as the adoption of the Decree on limiting the price of petroleum products.
Due to the ever-increasing prices on the world market, it was necessary to limit the export of wheat, wheat flour, corn, overdose and sunflower oil for a certain period, in order to react to the potential danger that threatens our market, Matic said in a statement. reports Tanjug.
He says that the supply of all these products is good, but that due to the earthquake on the global market, these measures are important for ensuring the security of the population and our economy, Srbija Danas reports.