YEREVAN, July 22. /ARKA/. Prices for diesel and petrol in Russia have already reached the benchmark projected for this year, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said Monday at a Cabinet session.
Sharp price hikes were seen at Moscow’s refueling stations in recent two weeks, according to vestifinance.ru.
Dvorkovich said that joint efforts with oil companies are expected to put things right.
Fuel prices at the capital’s refueling stations started going up two weeks ago. The prices rose by 0.5 ruble, on average.
Prices for А-92 and А-95 petrol leapt last week by 0.18 and 0.20 rubles respectively to 31.91 and 34.87 rubles per one liter.
Diesel price remained unchanged last week and stood at 3.81 rubles. --0---