Fuel price caps discontinued


The fuel price ceiling applied in Hungary has been lifted to protect the consumer.

According to a statement by Hungarian State Minister Gergely Gulyas, it was reported that the European Union (EU) has canceled the maximum price tariff applied in its own countries due to the embargo and the application of the maximum price on Russian oil.


Stating that some problems with fuel supplies have arisen due to the sanctions, Gulyas said:

“As a result of the Brussels sanctions, Hungarian families cannot be provided with fuel for 480 HUF at all gas stations in the country.”

In Hungary, gas stations were banned from selling expensive petrol and diesel fuel for vehicles with Hungarian license plates worth more than HUF 480 (approximately 22.75 Turkish lira) per litre.

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