The United Kingdom puts armed forces at gas stations ready to deal with the race

Last Weekend Fuel Shortage Warning for Running at Fuel Stations (Image: Reuters / Henry Nichols)

The British government announced it would put it down Armed Forces Preparedness as part of additional measures to deal with the supply chain crisis Petrol Drought, after a wave of panic, led to an increase in drivers ’consumption.

Action for mobilization Army This follows a widespread shortage of truck drivers, meaning that fuel supplies have not yet reached gas stations and have led to severe supply problems for retailers and restaurants in recent months.

Last weekend the fuel shortage warning led to gas stations running out, with long queues of cars waiting for gas, resulting in gas depletion in cities across the country. United Kingdom.

As part of an agreement to address the labor shortage, the government had already announced the issuance of temporary visas for 5,000 foreign trucks, the suspension of competition laws and the reinstatement of ex-drivers.

The British government has said it has a limited number of truck drivers on standby.

“Although the department expects demand to return to normal in the coming days, we are committed to following this important precautionary measure,” Commerce Minister Quasi-Kwarteng said in a statement late Monday.

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