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.
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 together 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” – Prime Minister Morawiecki replied.
“These will be moves that will cost the budget a lot of money, 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” – announced the Prime Minister.
author: Rafał Białkowski
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