The Polish state is ready to help the neighboring country cope with an acute fuel crisis. Recall that the shortage of gasoline in Ukraine began after several oil bases were destroyed by the occupiers. For more than three weeks, the Ukrainian government has not been able to completely solve the problem due to the difficult logistical ways and occupation of some territories. As a result, Poland agreed to transfer to Ukraine 25 tons of fuel. They will be taken from the state reserves.
From May 23 until the end of the month, gasoline will be delivered to Ukraine. This amount of fuel should help balance the market and help to gradually emerge from the crisis. Both governments are also working to improve relations and create new supply routes. The capacity of the Polish-Ukrainian border for fuel transportation is expected to increase soon. New conditions and ways of energy supply want to be maintained even after the end of the war.
According to the Polish ministry of the environment, such good cooperation between the Polish and Ukrainian fuel companies is stronger than ever.
At the same time, the cabinet of ministers of Ukraine abolished the regulation of gas prices.
"We on the part of the state will suspend the price regulation so that market operators can saturate the market with the necessary resources. To enable them to transport the entire available resource on the European or even European market to Ukraine," said the minister of economy Yulyia Svyrydenko.