New decisions adopted by the CSE: 300 million lei will be allocated to compensate thermal energy costs
The Ministry of Labor and Social Protection will transfer 200 million lei in advance to the Joint Stock Company "Termoelectrica", for the compensation of thermal energy prices granted to vulnerable consumers, between November and December 2023. The decision was approved, today, during the Commission meeting for Emergency Situations, convened by Prime Minister Dorin Recean.
The Republic of Moldova received a new aid from the EU, worth 70 million euros. The money will be used to pay energy compensation bills
The European Union transferred 70 million euros to the Republic of Moldova in the form of non-refundable budget support intended for the Energy Vulnerability Reduction Fund. The announcement was made by the Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Moldova on the Facebook page.
Good news for Moldovans. A "low-cost" airline from Germany will operate flights to and from Chisinau
Good news for Moldovans traveling to Germany. The low-cost company of the Lufthansa group will operate flights at Chisinau Airport. This was announced by the Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Andrei Spînu on his Facebook page.
Energocom returns 1 billion lei to the state budget
On Thursday, November 30, Energocom returned to the state budget the full amount of 1 billion lei provided for by the order of the Commission for Emergency Situations (CSE) dated September 13. The announcement was made by the company's press service on its Facebook page.
Moldova prioritises energy, infrastructure in 2024 budget
The Moldovan Ministry of Finance has unveiled the draft budget law for 2024, outlining a cautious fiscal plan that prioritises energy efficiency, local development, and infrastructure improvements while navigating a projected deficit.
The railways of the Republic of Moldova will be modernized. EBRD will provide a loan worth 23 million euros
The Republic of Moldova will receive financial support from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to modernize its railway infrastructure. Parliament approved, in today's plenary session, the ratification, in the second reading, of a loan agreement in this regard.
Farmers announced a protest with agricultural machinery in Chisinau
On November 22, the farmers will protest again. This was announced this morning by the Association "Forța Fermierilor". Farmers from several districts will come with agricultural equipment in Chisinau. According to the press release, many agricultural producers are on the verge of bankruptcy and despair and have no other way out than to take to the streets. They claim that all attempts to resolve the issue of saving micro, small and medium farmers through dialogue have failed.
The new electricity tariffs come into force. ANRE's decision was published in the Official Gazette
Starting from Monday, consumers in the Republic of Moldova will pay less for electricity. The decision of Friday, November 10, of the National Energy Regulatory Agency (ANRE) regarding the reduction of tariffs was published in the Official Gazette.
Inflation index in the Republic of Moldova has been decreasing recently
According to official data, the prices of vegetables and fruits, in October, increased by more than 9% compared to the same period last year. Dairy products are more expensive by almost six percent, and bread by more than 4%. However, a discount of more than 19 percent was recorded for vegetable oil.
The price of electricity could be reduced. ANRE will approve the new tariffs today
The National Energy Regulatory Agency (ANRE) will examine in the meeting on Friday, November 10, the regulated prices for the supply of electricity as a result of the actions of two suppliers.
The Republic of Moldova will receive from the European Commission a financial support of 72.5 million euros by the end of October
The European Commission will disburse financial support of 72.5 million euros to the Republic of Moldova, as part of the ongoing macro-financial assistance operation for the country. On Wednesday, October 25, the Republic of Moldova received a loan of 50 million euros, and by the end of the month a new tranche of 22.5 million euros will follow in the form of a grant, informs the Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Moldova.