Vehicles with Serbian and Slovenian license plates are exempt from the fuel price increase that foreign drivers in Hungary have to pay, which came into effect at midnight last Friday, writes the dailynewshungary.com website.
This means that Serbian and Slovenian drivers will pay for petrol and diesel at the subsidized price of 480 forints (1.22 euros) per litre, just as the Hungarians. As explained, the Hungarian authorities decided to exempt Serbian and Slovenian citizens from the price increase because capped fuel prices are also in force in these two countries.
The website adds that the list of countries exempted from the Hungarian government’s decision on the fuel price increase for foreign drivers will be published in the decree of the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
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