Without an agreement with Gazprom, Moldova will spend 800 million euros on energy imports

This may require EU assistance, Moldovan Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilitsa said in an interview with the Financial Times.

Without an agreement with Gazprom, Moldova will spend 800 million euros on energy imports

“In these four to five months, the EU must make it clear that it supports Moldova. Moldova needs very small volumes. We hope that we can count on continued support,” the politician said.

Commenting on the decision of the European Commission to allocate 60 million euros to Moldova so that the republic can cope with the energy crisis, Gavrilitsa said that this money will help to continue negotiations without fear of time.
She noted that the next two to three weeks will play a key role.

“In these next few weeks, Moldova’s friends must take action, otherwise the country will be difficult politically, socially and economically,” the prime minister said.

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