The energy and heat capacity is complete and ready for winter. Rest assured, there will be no electricity restrictions, we have provided enough energy. You see that in other countries around us there are restrictions, but here there are none, we are working to make it so throughout the winter, said the Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski on Sunday.
The PM urged all citizens to be responsible and use electricity rationally, because the responsibility is shared and with a rational approach together we will save a lot of money.
Kovachevski added that the anti-crisis measures also yielded results, as food prices began to drop. By introducing the measure to provide cheaper electricity for the food industry, Prime Minister Kovachevski expects a reduction in the prices of bread, milk, meat and other basic products by at least 10 percent.