North Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski said that no one will be left alone in the fight against the crisis.
Prime Minister Dimitar Kovaczewski confirmed, in today’s press conference, that the country’s uninterrupted supply of electricity and food has not been interrupted in the past 12 months, and that there has been no price shock to citizens.
No one will be left alone in the fight against the crisis, Kovaczewski emphasized, “In 2023, financial support continues for households to replace photovoltaic panels, solar collector systems and PVC aluminum windows. Such investments made with renewable resources enable citizens not only to To meet their electricity needs, but also to save money in times of crisis. He said.
Noting that the most important thing is to protect the level of citizens and the liquidity of companies, Kovacevski said: “We have invested as much as possible in the past 12 months. We have taken timely, targeted and crisis-resistant measures to support citizens and the economy, and we have been able to protect the Macedonian economy and standard of living.” Use his statements.
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