Chisinau and Tiraspol have a contract for the electricity supply, which will be valid until the end of March 2023. The parties must confirm its provisions on a monthly basis, Natalia Gavrilita told Vocea Basarabiei.
“We have a contract to supply a volume of electricity that will last for a longer period of time. So far we have signed contracts every month. Now there is certainty that we will have electricity until the end of the cold period of the year,” the premier explained, rupor.md reports.
She believes that the price for the Moldovan GRES-supplied electricity is acceptable.
“We tried to negotiate a lower price. When signing the contract, we took into account all the risks and security implications in an effort to maintain peace and stability in the country. Now the citizens are provided with cheap electricity, and we made sure not to face an additional humanitarian crisis,” Gavrilita said.
At the same time, the Cabinet chief admits that “there will always be voices saying that the negotiations could have been conducted better.”