Russian petrol is one of the cheapest in Europe
The most expensive place to buy petrol is Norway, with unleaded going for $2.30 per litre. Italy and Greece come in second and third after increasing taxes as part of their recovery programmes. Prices in Italy went up 18% and 5% in Greece.
The cheapest diesel fuel was sold in Kazakhstan at $0.67 per litre, followed by Belarus at $0.76, and Russia at $0.86.