Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski said Thursday in Belgrade that ‘we are much closer to a solution than what we were at the beginning in the negotiations with Serbia to use its natural gas surpluses for our gas plant for electricity production’.
“That way, our industry will receive lower energy than what it receives on the stock exchanges, and Serbia will be able to compensate for its electricity shortages, especially in the southern part of the country. Many times we were asked if we have a solution for that. Our teams have not stopped working and I think that at the moment we are much closer to a solution than what we were at the beginning,” Kovachevski said at the end of his address at the joint press conference with the leaders of the Western Balkans.
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