Soldiers will begin to drive tank trucks in the coming days to alleviate fuel shortages at stations across the UK. The government is fighting over time to address the long-running shortage of truck drivers, a situation that is affecting supermarkets and other economic sectors as well.
Several days later, gas stations were closed and queues of motorists waited for hours, with clashes between desperate people and some of them filling plastic bottles into reserves, British Economy Minister Quasi-Garten said today.
More than a hundred trained soldiers will begin to drive tanks to help refuel at gas stations.
It usually takes a few days for troops to reach the ground. I think in the next couple of days people will see people driving tank trucks. he said.
Officials guarantee that seeking military help is a temporary solution.
The government is now competing against the timing of resolving the long-running shortage of truck drivers, which is affecting supermarkets and other economic sectors.
Last week, the British government announced it would issue 10,500 temporary work visas in response to a labor shortage. Complicated situation due to Brexit, infection and poor working conditions of lorry drivers.
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