At the bottom of the ranking, in 32nd place, was Ukraine, where the average salary can be “exchanged” for only 384.4 liters of gasoline. For a liter of AI-95 they ask for an average of 81.9 rubles, and for a liter of diesel – 79.6. The penultimate line was taken by Romania (566.1 liters), and the 30th by Slovakia (575.6 liters).
The highest price of gasoline was recorded in the Netherlands – 169.1 rubles per liter, although the country ranks seventh in terms of fuel availability for the population. Diesel is the most expensive in Sweden: there, a liter of “heavy” fuel is estimated at 172.4 rubles. In Russia, diesel, on the contrary, is the cheapest – 54.4 rubles. In second place was Kazakhstan with 59.3 rubles, although six months ago it occupied the first line with a price tag of 33.6 rubles per liter.