Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita, commenting on the difficult situation in the country, urged citizens to be prepared for the fact that the coming winter could be tough.
According to the head of the Cabinet, the reason for this is the war in the neighboring country.
“We must prepare for a tough winter, because the problems continue, and the war is not over yet,” said Natalia Gavrilita in a program on ProTV channel.
When asked what our country is going to do if Gazprom cuts off gas supplies, Gavrilita said that Moldova “can have access to natural gas, but the question is at what price”. The premier promised that negotiations with the Russian company will continue.
Meanwhile, it is necessary to note that according to the data published by the National Bureau of Statistics, inflation reached 29% in May. At the same time, according to the projections of the National Bank, the inflation will peak during the autumn months, with prices further rising until then.