|Cabinet extends electricity market state of emergency until July 17|
Journal Staff Report
The Cabinet of Ministers has extended the state of emergency in the electricity market, introduced four months ago, for another month - until July 17. The Cabinet made the decision on June 13. Emergency measures in the energy sector envisaged by government resolution No. 103-r of February 15 came into force on February 17 because of the blockade of supplies of goods from the occupied zone, particularly anthracite coal, which is used by half of the country's thermal power plants.