“Of course, this is bad, and first of all for the residents of Moldova, as their prices for gas in their homes will rise, and for enterprises in Moldova, as their products will rise in price.

It is difficult for me to understand the reason why the government was unable to agree with Gazprom on further supplies.

Because in any case, it is the cheapest gas for the republic, ”the deputy said.

According to Anansky, the Moldovan government could have been influenced by "some political insinuations", which led to the decision to stop supplies "to the detriment of the residents of the country."

Earlier, the official representative of Gazprom, Sergei Kupriyanov, announced the possibility of stopping gas supplies to Moldova from December 1.