Moldovan Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilitsa said that the country of 2.6 million people, sandwiched between Ukraine and Romania, is preparing for all scenarios, as the Moldovan economy could face a double shock due to the cessation of Russian gas supplies.
Bloomberg writes about it.
In Moldova, annual inflation already exceeds 30%, and negotiations on the repayment of Gazprom’s debt are scheduled for October 1, despite Moldova’s five-year contract with the gas giant.
“Even if Gazprom continues deliveries, we will still have to cut consumption because prices are very, very high,” Gavrilitsa said.
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