Ukraine has become the country with the most inaccessible gasoline for the population in Europe. It is reported by RIA News with reference to their own research.
According to the newspaper, a citizen of the country can buy only 380 liters of fuel for an average monthly salary. It is noted that at the same time, Ukraine ranks fourth in terms of its cheapness: a liter of AI-95 gasoline can be bought for 80.3 rubles. Nevertheless, due to low salaries, Ukrainian citizens have difficulties with the availability of gasoline.
Romania, Slovakia, Belarus and Bulgaria are also at the bottom of the gasoline availability rating.
Earlier it was reported that Russia took the second place in the cheapest gasoline AI-95 among 32 European countries. The first place went to Kazakhstan. In terms of rubles, a liter of Ai-95 costs 34.3 rubles. In Russia, the price was 49.1 rubles. In terms of accessibility for the population, Russia was in the middle of the list, at 16th position. It was calculated that a Russian can buy 1002.9 liters of gasoline for an average salary.