The worst winter after World War II is at hand. We are currently doing our best to ensure an uninterrupted supply of electricity and to provide all the raw materials for electricity production. All neighboring countries are doing the same, which means that such a mass purchase of raw materials for electricity production will certainly affect the growth of prices, Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski told the media on Thursday after visiting PHI NIKOB Medical and NIKOB Lab within of the NIKOB Group.
According to the Prime Minister, what the winter will be like will depend a lot on the developments in Ukraine.
Kovachevski reiterated that the supplementary budget provides funds that should be a buffer for additional measures to protect the most vulnerable categories of citizens.