According to the data from the new Bulletin on the prices of petroleum products, a liter of Eurosuper 95 in Montenegro costs 1.27 euros, and in Croatia 1.34 euros
The price of Eurosuper 95 in Montenegro is still higher than the average in the region, while Eurodiesel is at the level of the average regional value, according to data from the Bulletin of the Ministry of Capital Investments.
According to the data from the new Bulletin on the prices of petroleum products, a liter of Eurosuper 95 costs 1.27 euros in Montenegro and 1.34 euros in Croatia.
A liter of Eurosuper 95 is cheaper in Serbia, where it costs 1.24 euros, Albania 1.18 euros, Northern Macedonia 1.07 euros and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) 1.05 euros.
The cheapest eurosuper 95 is paid 95 cents by the citizens of Bulgaria, and the most expensive by the Dutch 1.72 euros.
When it comes to Eurodiesel, a liter in Montenegro costs 1.13 euros, the same as in Albania, while in Croatia it can be bought for 1.28 euros, and in Serbia for 1.3 euros.
A liter of Eurodiesel is cheaper in BiH, where it costs 1.01 euros, and in Northern Macedonia 91 cents, which is the lowest in Europe. Swedish citizens pay 1.58 euros for the most expensive Eurodiesel.
At the weekly level, the Ministry publishes basic data related to the retail sale of petroleum products, ie comparative fuel prices in the region and Europe.