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Since May 27, Hungary imposes restrictions on refueling with gasoline

Date: July 6, 2022 3:05 am

As of Friday, May 27, only cars with license plates from this country will be able to refuel in Hungary. This was announced on Thursday by the head of the Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office, Gergely Guiyash.

According to him, he said in an interview with one of the Hungarian portals, from Friday at reduced prices set at gas stations (petrol stations) in Hungary, only vehicles with local numbers will be able to refuel.

Gouyash stressed that “fuel tourism” threatens the security of supplies and is an abuse of frozen gasoline prices, writes the Izvestia daily.

On Tuesday, May 24, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban declared a state of emergency in the country amid the situation in Ukraine and the energy crisis in Europe.

The head of the local government noted that the situation threatens the financial security of the state. In his opinion, such a move will give the Cabinet room for maneuver and the ability to urgently respond to the consequences.

According to Orban, the sanctions against Russia and what is happening in Ukraine have caused huge economic shocks and a sharp increase in prices around the world.



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