Update Post: December 4, 2023 10:28 pm
Date: September 23, 2023 Time: 05:21:22
The publication notes that this decision by Moscow is aimed at stabilizing the internal market. However, the ban does not apply to EAEU countries.
“In response, diesel prices in Europe rose five percent to more than $1,000 a ton,” the article said.
Let us remember that as of September 21, Russia introduced a temporary restriction on the export of gasoline and diesel. This should help saturate the domestic market and lower prices for consumers. According to the Ministry of Energy, the restrictions that are being introduced will also make it possible to stop the “gray” export of motor fuel.