Belarus is one of the three European countries with the cheapest gasoline
Belarus is one of the three countries with the lowest gasoline prices in Europe. Belarus took the third place, reports yandex.by.
In second place is the Russian Federation. The lowest prices for gasoline in absolute prices, without reference to wages, were in Kazakhstan. The most expensive fuel, according to the study, is in the Netherlands.
Belarus ranked only 29th in the gasoline availability rating. The fact is that on an average salary, a Belarusian can buy 550 liters of fuel, while, for example, a Russian – 884 liters (17th place), a Norwegian – 2.2 thousand liters (2nd place), and a resident of Luxembourg – 2.8 thousand liters (1st place).