Opposition faction calls upon National Army to decrease diesel taxes in Aleppo

اعداد ميس نور الدين | تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة محمد غيث | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 7 نوفمبر، 2018 12:23:55 م خبر عسكريأعمال واقتصاد اقتصادي

Aleppo - SMART

On Wednesday, the Sultan Suleiman Shah Brigade reported that the taxes imposed by the National Army on diesel trucks and the lack of monitoring to prevent diesel monopoly caused the prices of diesel to increase remarkably in Central and Northern Syria.

The Sultan Suleiman Shah Brigade demanded the National Army to allow diesel trucks to cross the Western Aleppo, Idlib and Hama countrysides, and to decrease the taxes imposed on them as winter approaches.

In late June 2018, the al-Hamza Division of the Free Syrian Army imposed taxes on public transportation vehicles, commercial trucks, and fuel tanks moving between areas controlled by the Euphrates Shield Operation factions and the Idlib governorate, Northern Syria, according to a local source. The source also mentioned that the division acted "immoraly" during the tax collection.

The Watad oil company reported that the price of diesel is 375 Syrian pounds (SYP) per liter and 75,500 SYP per barrel on wholesale, attributing the price increase to high demand. The company fears that the road between Afrin and Azaz in Aleppo will be blocked due to a potential military operation in the city of Manbij, Eastern Aleppo.

On March 25, 2018, the prices of fuel and gas increased in the Idlib governorate and Western Aleppo after the road to Afrin was blocked following a Turkish military operation in the area. Local residents demanded that the traders be held accountable for monopolizing fuel after a ten day fuel shortage.

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اعداد ميس نور الدين | تحرير حسن برهان | ترجمة محمد غيث | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 7 نوفمبر، 2018 12:23:55 م خبر عسكريأعمال واقتصاد اقتصادي
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