With the same goal, the government of Serbia has extended the duration of the Decree on limiting the price of oil derivatives until 31 December 2022. Until the same date, the validity of the Decision on the temporary reduction of excise duties on oil derivatives – leaded gasoline, unleaded gasoline and gas oils by 10 percent was extended.
Bearing in mind the energy crisis on the world market, which continues to cause the threat of a critical shortage of natural gas, the Government made a decision to extend the temporary ban on the export and export of these goods. The decision, which will apply from 1 December 2022, will last for one month.
An amended Decision on the temporary ban on the export of Euro diesel EN 590 was adopted today, extending it for another seven days.
In order to mitigate the consequences and prevent a critical shortage of milk and milk products, and due to increased exports and the population's need for increased supply caused by the crisis on the world market, the government of Serbia made a decision to extend the ban on the export of these goods, which will apply from 1 December and will last for the next month.
The government also adopted a Conclusion on accepting a donation from the Slovak Republic – vaccines against the disease COVID-19.
The vaccines str manufactured by Pfizer and BioNTech Manufacturing GmbH, which the hovernment of the Slovak Republic, considering the traditionally friendly and close relations between the two countries, sent to the Republic of Serbia.