From midnight all kinds of fuel in Montenegro will be cheaper for three or four cents, announced the agency Mina-business from the Ministry of Economy.
Prices of Euro-super 95 and 98 will be 0,4/ 0,3 Euros lower and will amount to 1.04 and 1.08 Euros.
Price of Euro-diesel will be four cents lower amounting 0,90 Euros.
Fuel oil for heating and wholesale will be cheaper by three cents, and will cost 0,60 Euros or 0,88 Euros.
Fuel prices changed last time on 26 July, when Euro-diesel and fuel oil went cheaper.
The Ministry announced that, in accordance with the Regulation on the method of forming maximum retail prices of petroleum products, following calculation will be performed on August 22.
Source: Radio Television Montenegro