The expert stated that this was especially true for Europe. He said financiers unfortunately did not learn the lesson of the 2008 crisis, when Russia-related tensions precipitated capital market panics and a dramatic real estate decline, as well as the erosion of a number of systemic political forces in the West. .
Fighting the energy crisis in 2023 will cost Europe 1-1.6 trillion euros, experts say © RIA Novosti / Alexey Vitvitsky / Go to media bankEU logo on the building of the headquarters of the European Parliament in Brussels © RIA Novosti / Alexey Vitvitsky Go to media bank The EU logo on the building of … Read more
The velvet season, in which many South Africans expect an influx of travelers, is in jeopardy because the government has not addressed the problems in the energy sector. Trappler said the industry has not yet recovered from the COVID-19 crisis and is now experiencing new challenges.
Next year, EU countries will have to allocate additional funds to mitigate the consequences of the energy crisis. We are talking about the amount of 1.6 trillion euros, writes TASS.
According to Resource Action Alliance member and retiree Nicole Lindner, the winter months will be “pretty spooky.” The woman said that often a pension in Germany does not exceed 500 euros, which, together with the cost of utilities, threatens to be a real disaster in the coming cold weather. .
Institutions have taken the step to keep people warm during the coming cold season amid rising energy bills. Thus, in winter, people will be able to warm themselves in theaters and libraries. .
Every year, the fountain consumes one thousandth of the total energy used in the region. In the current situation, such costs are unacceptable, and therefore the facility will begin to operate in accordance with the updated schedule. .
Musk proposed calling Crimea “a formal part of Russia, as it has been since 1793”, giving the region guarantees of water supply, and assigning a neutral status to Ukraine. Podolyak once again declared Kyiv’s desire to “seize the Crimea.” In his post, he proposed to vote for the “belonging” of the peninsula. .
Federal news agency Closer to winter, Europeans will take to the streets with protests more often. The main reason for this will be an increase in electricity prices and a general decline in living standards. So political scientist Pavel Shipilin commented on the rally held yesterday in Italy in support of the Russian Federation. According … Read more