Thus one litre of Eurodiesel at petrol stations that are not located on highways will cost HRK 13.08 while a litre of Eurosuper 95 petrol will be sold at HRK 13.50.
Blue-dyed diesel will cost a maximum HRK 9.45 per litre.
The government decree capping fuel prices, to go into force on Tuesday, refers to 94% of petrol stations in the country.
It will be in force for the next two weeks.
The decree does not refer to premium fuels.
If the government had not acted, petrol would cost HRK 14.57 per litre as of Tuesday, while diesel would cost HRK 14.06 and blue-dyed diesel HRK 10.93, Plenković said, adding that petrol stations on highways would sell petrol and diesel at those prices.
The PM added that owing to the measures taken by the government so far, the price of a litre of petrol had been lowered by HRK 2.45, while the prices of diesel and blue-dyed diesel had been lowered by HRK 3.56 and 2.38 respectively.
(€1 = HRK 7.524861)
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