“The energy situation is dire.

On the stock exchange we have a price of 229 euros per megawatt.

Germany, Slovakia and Poland have the lowest price in Europe, less than 100 euros per megawatt, "- quoted by RIA Novosti Vucic.

It is expected that by December, Serbia will complete work that will increase electricity production by 650 megawatts.

The president added that his meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin was tentatively scheduled for November 25.

Earlier, Alexander Vuchich said that as part of his upcoming visit to Russia, he plans to address the State Duma in Russian.