Macedonia to get EUR 80 million of support from the EU to deal with the energy crisis


I am especially pleased when what was promised is realized and there is a result. In a crisis, friends are important, and the EU has proven that it listens to our requests – to help us when it was best, Prime Minister DimitarKovachevski said on Thursday at the event on the occasion of the presentation of the EU grant for the country, worth 80 million euros.

As Kovachevski mentioned, the grant is already available and these funds are support for subsidies to citizens for electricity bills, support for small and medium-sized enterprises to maintain their business, as well as for state investments in the energy transition, in renewable sources and in energy efficiency.

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