The head of the FAS said that gasoline prices in the Crimea should be lower than in Moscow

© RIA Novosti / Evgeny to Odinakovymi in fotoreceptori at a petrol stationThe head of the FAS said that gasoline prices in the Crimea should be lower than in Moscow© RIA Novosti / Evgeny to Odinakovymi the image Bank

Gasoline prices in the Crimea after the completion of the railway part of the bridge across the Kerch Strait should be lower than in Moscow, said the head of the Federal Antimonopoly service Igor Artemyev.

The head of the FAS spends in Yalta region the meeting with participation of the Crimean and Sevastopol authorities, on the implementation of the national development plan competition.

«I believe that Crimea is typical, especially after the opening of the bridge, when the railway would be completed, you need to focus on prices in the Central region of the country. Relatively speaking, the prices here should be slightly lower than in Moscow, in the end. Despite all the logistical difficulties that arise today,» said Artemyev told reporters.

According to him, the individual Crimean gas stations and companies that have not yet come «in an adequate state of» establishment of fuel prices, then new business.

«The price increase is nonsense that we can’t tolerate, and of course, in this case, there will be serious penalties,» — said Artemyev.

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