This autumn, winter, and next spring are the most difficult in the post-war Macedonian state, and we will get through it together. The plan has been agreed upon, presented today and in the coming period, but we are already working on its implementation. We are working on a new energy plan for next spring, as well as a plan to maximize food production. We are preparing for what is happening and we are ready, said Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski after the meeting with President Stevo Pendarovski.
Kovachevski stressed that this is the decision from today’s session of the Security Council, which was supported by all present, and the goal is in the most difficult period that starts on October 1st and will last until April 2023 and beyond, until the beginning of summer, for all citizens , pupils, students, medium small and micro businesses to provide them with the lowest possible electricity price, as well as heat energy supply at the current price by keeping the cheap tariff and 24-hour availability.