Montenegro must keep the mayor ownership in EPCG and TSO says major political party leader, SEE Energy News
President of Social Party in Montenegro, Srdjan Milic, talked to Mr Enrike Malerbo, Acting Director of EPCG and President of Montenegrin Managing Board, in Podgorica.
Parliament’s representatives Neven Gosovic, Snezana Jonica, Zdenka Popovic and Aleksandar Jovanovic participated in the meeting also- it is stated in the announcement.
The meeting subject was a current situation in Montenegro, especially the condition in energy sector. Opinions about energy situation and KAP supply were presented with estimation that the functioning of the whole EPCG system will be put into question if the appropriate solution isn’t found.
President stressed that solution, which SNP will support, related to mutual relations of EPCG and Government, must include clear benefits for citizens.
Certain proposals were done by SNP for debts’ write-off to socially most endangered categories of population and for all other EPCG services’ users.
President Milic met his interlocutors with proposal of Parliament Representatives Club for national interests’ protection in electricity sector. He announced that Montenegro has to keep mayor ownership in EPCG and Elektroprenos- it is said at the end of the statement.
Source Serbia Energy SEE Desk/Analitika
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