Keller wrote about this in an article for the Časopis argument.

According to him, at the moment in the Czech Republic, many companies are balancing on the verge of bankruptcy against the backdrop of expensive electricity.

Keller also recalled the rise in inflation in the country, which could lead to a drop in living standards in the Czech Republic.

“The main prerequisite for prosperity was cheap energy, affordable raw materials and profitable commercial relations,” the observer pointed out.

All this, Keller noted, was prevented by the imposed sanctions against Russia.

The former chairman of the board of the Czech company Prazska plynarenska, Pavel Janechek, said earlier that Europe would not be able to fully compensate for Russian gas from other sources.

EU energy ministers intend to take action to combat the energy crisis on November 24 at a meeting in Brussels.