Cyprus Petrol stations in fear of closing down as cash is limited

Petrol stations in Cyprus are in danger of closing since owners do not have cash to refill their reserves.

Chairman of the Petrol Owners Association, Stephanos Stephanou told CNA that the situation has worsened since yesterday with gas stations accepting only cash, while people are running out of cash.
He clarified that Cyprus has enough fuel reserves but the owners of stations are running out of money to obtain more fuel.



He urged the people to use cash while fueling up at the pump.
Stephanou said some stations take credit cards but from tomorrow, no station will be accepting credit cards.  — (KYPE)

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