Beginning next week, George Brax, a member of the Syndicate of Gas Station Owners, expects progress in the fuel problem.
“We will witness an improvement in gasoline at the stations according to the current price schedule, starting Tuesday and Wednesday,” he said in a media interview. “After some ships unloaded their cargo, we will witness an improvement in gasoline at the stations according to the current price schedule.”
The oil facilities have started to deliver it, and one of the large companies will begin delivering the substance as of tomorrow,” Brax said of the diesel crisis. “However, its import has been liberated, and a small portion of it is still subsidized, and this quantity will be delivered to hospitals, bakeries, and certain institutions so that it is not sold according to unsubsidized prices.”