The price of Eurosuper 95 in Montenegro is higher than the average in the region, while diesel is cheaper compared to the regional average, suggests data in the Ministry of Finance’s Bulletin.
According to the latest data on prices of oil derivatives, the price of Eurosuper 95 in MNE is €1.32, in Croatia €1.38 and €1.45 in Albania, writes Dnevne Novine daily.
Liter of Eurosuper 95 is somewhat cheaper in Serbia, Macedonia and Bosnia&Herzegovina, and it costs €1.29, i.e. €1.08 and €1.16.
As for the diesel prices, Montenegro citizens are paying €1.21/l, the Albanians €1.44/l, the Serbs €1.38, while the citizens of Croatia are paying €1.33/l.
“Diesel prices in Macedonia are the cheapest, while Brits pay the most for diesel in Europe (€1.52/l),” indicates the Bulletin of the Ministry of Finance.