Together with our anti-inflationary package, we will implement several solutions that will lead to a relative reduction in prices at petrol stations, announced Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki during his visit to Zagreb. He added that it was about a reduction in certain components of the fuel price.
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Prime Minister Morawiecki paid a visit to Zagreb on Tuesday, where he met with the head of the Croatian government, Andrej Plenkovic. During a later press conference, Morawiecki was asked by journalists whether the government, following the example of Hungary, is considering introducing maximum fuel prices at stations in order to fight inflation.
– We will implement several such solutions along with our anti-inflationary package, which will lead to a relative reduction in prices at petrol stations. However, we will not do it, for the moment, certainly by imposing a maximum price, replied Prime Minister Morawiecki.
– These will be moves that will cost a lot of funds on the budget side, even over a billion zlotys, but we do not want to do it by imposing administrative restrictions, but by reducing certain components of the fuel price – the Prime Minister announced.
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Prime Minister @MorawieckiM participated today in a meeting with the Prime Minister of Croatia @AndrejPlenkovic in #Zagreb. During the meeting, the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border and the current threats related to the manipulation of energy prices were discussed. pic.twitter.com/Vo0L3iw7oC
– Chancellery of the Prime Minister (@PremierRP) November 23, 2021