Croatian Fuel Prices to Finally Drop Tomorrow – Here’s the New Prices

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, following on from last week’s significant and entirely unwelcome increase in Croatian fuel prices, there’s finally a little bit of good news for the nation’s drivers. From tomorrow on, Croatian fuel prices will be lower, but they will still not be able to compensate for the increase from last week.

As such, the prices of regulated Eurodiesel in Croatia should be about 80 cents lower, while Eurosuper 95 petrol should be about 35 cents cheaper. This means that one litre of Eurodiesel should cost around 12.70 kuna, while a litre of Eurosuper should cost around 12.10 kuna. There was a significant rise in Croatian fuel prices last week. Petrol rose in price by 61 lipa, and diesel did the same by as much as 1.48 kuna, 24sata writes.

Anonymous activists announced that last night, some fuel stations here in the City of Zagreb had stickers with the image of Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic stuck on them, as well as a derogatory message.

“We’re aware that the growth of Croatian fuel prices is being influenced by many factors, but also Andrej Plenkovic’s government has not done everything it could have to curb the rage in prices. They reduced VAT on some energy sources, but they didn’t do the same with fuel, just as they didn’t reduce excise duties as much as they could have, but only by a miserable 20-40 lipa. We demand a stronger reaction from the government, a reduction in levies and greater relief. We’ll continue this action over the coming days when we intend to present ourselves to the public,” the group of activists called the Boys and Girls of Zagreb’s Asphalt “, 24sata writes.

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