Refueling in Slovenia and Croatia is becoming more expensive again

In Slovenia, where prices apply off the highways, a liter of regular gasoline will rise by 3.4 cents to 1.445 euros starting tomorrow, Tuesday. The price of diesel rises by 4.1 cents to 1.498 euros. The new prices, set by the Slovenian government every two weeks, will remain valid until February 26, the Energy Ministry said on Monday.

In Croatia, where regulated prices apply at all gas stations, there will also be price increases on Tuesday. Regular gasoline rose by 3 cents to 1.45 euros per liter, diesel rose by 5 cents to 1.48 euros, as the Croatian government announced. The prices are valid for the next two weeks.


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