The prices of electricity and natural gas can be discussed only after many problems in Serbia's energy sector are resolved, Energy, Development, and Environmental Protection Minister Zorana Mihajlovic has said in an interview with RTS.
In another country, electricity prices should be much higher, but this is impossible in Serbia, Mihajlovic said.
The way state power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) is managed needs to change, she said, noting that the tariff system will be changed. "We must tackle the electricity bill collection," she said.
Adding that vulnerable groups incapable of coping with high electricity bills will be "urgently" identified.
No gas price hike is planned until the end of the year, she went on to say, noting that the way state gas company Srbijagas is managed also needs to change.
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