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The Syrian government reduces the amount of gasoline for cars to 50 percent in Damascus – Economy – Arab and International


The Syrian government has reduced the quantities of gasoline allocated to cars to cope with the shortage of the substance, with the return of queues in front of gas stations in the Syrian capital Damascus, starting from midnight Monday / Tuesday.

According to the Damascus governorate, the fuel committee decided to reduce the quantities of filling gasoline for private and public tourist cars / taxis by / 50 / percent and for the same previous period of time due to the decrease in the number of fuel requests received by the governorate.

The queues of cars, some of which reach several kilometers, stopped in front of petrol stations in the capital, Damascus, and the rest of the Syrian governorates.

On January 10, the Syrian Ministry of Oil reduced the quantities of gasoline distributed to the governorates by 17 percent, and the quantities of diesel by 25 percent, as it supplied the car with 100 liters per month and reduced it to 75 liters.

The areas under the control of the Syrian government suffer from a crisis of oil derivatives such as petrol, diesel and household gas due to the departure of oil and gas production areas from the control of the government in the regions of northern and eastern Syria controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in addition to imposing sanctions on the Syrian government, and preventing the arrival of oil derivatives. Across the sea from allied countries of the Syrian government.

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