Energy problems will entail a number of negative consequences in many areas. Thus, by the new year, every tenth resident of Moldova will lose their job.
This was stated by political analyst Jan Lisnevschi, reports ntv.md
“If we analyze the crisis situation, one in ten residents of Moldova will lose their job already by the New Year. Look at what is happening. All major enterprises are being shut down: Franzeluţa, Ionel, Mezon. There will be no jobs,” the expert believes.
Jan Lisnevschi expressed confidence that the same fate awaits medium and small businesses.
“It will be impractical, because on the one hand, yes, people will take loans somewhere, but business does not work that way, business is always looking for where it is more profitable. If it is more profitable abroad, it will leave or shut down,” the political analyst said.
According to the expert, with the spring coming, the problems will not end, because then the country will face the negative effects of the energy crisis.
“Yes, it will get warmer in the spring, we will consume less gas, electricity, but we will have nowhere to work, we will simply have no money, absolutely,” Jan Lisnevschi summed up.