North Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovačevski said that they have managed the energy crisis in the region in the best possible way.
Prime Minister Dimitar Kovačevski said that North Macedonia handles the energy crisis better than all countries in the region.
Noting that all the electricity generating facilities were in operation and even the surplus electricity was sold, Kovacevsky noted, “According to the law, ESM has to provide 60% to the regular market, and ESM had to provide 100% by government decision. In addition, we decided to supply some companies, including In that schools, companies producing basic food products, and hospitals, through ESM. In addition, due to the crisis, and especially after the crisis, the government paid the electricity debts of the health sector. Use his statements.
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