In Khabarovsk, they began to sell places in the queue at gas stations, according to the Mash channel. There is a sharp shortage of 92nd and 95th brands of gasoline in the city. Many kilometers of columns have been standing since January 18, and some gas stations have simply closed, since they have nothing to sell. In some places there were conflicts and even fights over canisters. The price for a place in the line for a gas station is 1000 rubles.
It is not surprising in such a situation that there are advertisements for the sale of fuel, at a price of 80–125 rubles per liter, and another 150–250 rubles for delivery. The acting governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, however, said that soon everything will be fine and gasoline will be available: the local plant is already increasing production.
The public "Blue Buckets" ("Siniye vedyorki") claims that the same thing, according to local residents, is happening in the Amur region and the Far East, and publishes a video of many kilometers of traffic jams filmed in Khabarovsk.