Fabian Demicoli

GRTU discusses issues of Petrol Stations with Minister

A GRTU delegation led by GRTU President
Paul Abela and Carlo Cini, the President Petrol Station owners Committee,
Committee Secretary John Meli and Legal Advisor Dr Jan Karl Farrugia have this
week met Hon Konrad Mizzi, Minister for Energy and the Conservation of Water in
a cordial meeting requested by GRTU to discuss important issues concerning
Petrol Stations.

During the meeting it was agreed to
review the last appeal made by GRTU related to the revision of licence fees. In
addition the Minister mentioned that there are EU Funds for petrol stations
that must be utilized. A committee was in fact set up to discuss how such funds
would be utilized by the end of the year. Hon Mizzi asked to keep close contact
with the GRTU in order to keep him informed and updated.

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