Moldova ranks sixth in European countries obtaining cheapest fuels. In Ukraine and Romania, fuel costs more expensive than in Moldova.
Data was collected in July 2017.
According to the ranking, in Europe, the cheapest fuels are found in the CIS countries. In Belarus, one liter of Premium gasoline and diesel costs 61 eurocents and 58 eurocents respectively.
Likewise, in Azerbaijan gasoline and diesel cost 62 cents and 31 cents per liter. In Russia, gasoline cost six cents more, and diesel cost 25 cents.
Moldova ranked sixth after Georgia, because gasoline costs 0.81 euro. However, Moldovans pay less than Georgian for diesel - 67 eurocents.
The neighboring countries Ukraine and Romania are on seventh and eighth respectively.
In Ukraine, corresponding prices are 86 and 74 eurocents, and in Romania gasoline costs almost one euro, and gasoline is paid with 0.94 euro.
According to the ranking, the most expensive fuels are paid in Serbia, Spain and Montenegro, where their price is over one euro.
For example, in Montenegro 1 liter of gasoline costs 1.27 euro, and gas oil - 1.07, and in Spain and Austria for gasoline 1.3 euro.
In Moldova, record prices for fuels were registered in early 2012: diesel cost 17.5 lei, and the gasoline was paid with 18.30 lei.