EU to allocate EUR60 million in aid to Moldova to fight energy crisis


The European Union (EU) will provide Moldova with assistance in the amount of 60 million euros to overcome the consequences of the energy crisis, Report informs, citing TASS that the head of the European Commission (EC) Ursula von der Leyen, said this on Wednesday following a meeting with Moldovan Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilitsa.

“The EC will provide 60 million euros to help Moldova cope with the current energy crisis,” the head of the EC wrote on her Twitter page.

Currently, the republic is experiencing a gas shortage, since the contract with Gazprom expired at the end of September, and in October, volumes at the level of 2020 were reserved for the republic.


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