Former Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk criticized the work of Climate and Environment Minister Anna Moskva for the difficult living conditions of the country’s citizens in anticipation of the winter cold. The politician expressed his opinion on September 20 on Twitter.
According to him, the air temperature in the apartment of his friend is 15 degrees. There is only cold water in the faucet.
“Perhaps this is a pilot program of Minister Moscow for the autumn-winter season,” he admitted.
Tusk’s statement was supported by users. Some noted that their parents were afraid of heating bills and prepared “blankets, hats and blankets”.
Others note that in residential complexes where the heating is electric, most of them live in pensioners.
“Most likely, they are looking forward to the introduction of restrictions on electricity consumption. Have fun from the heart. I think 15 degrees would be a luxury for them. There is no other heating, ”said a user under the nickname Gnatka.
“Minister Moscow boasted that she had 17 degrees at home and you can get used to it. I will never believe it. Do they really think that naive people live in Poland?” Jarek added.
On September 19, the Fakt portal reported that Poland’s coal warehouses were almost completely empty, and fuel prices soared four times due to an embargo on energy supplies from Russia.
At the legislative level, it was planned to provide cheap coal – at 996.60 zlotys per ton ($210). From August it was possible to purchase fuel at exactly this price, based on 3 tons of coal for each household with a coal stove. However, the bill soon burst like a soap bubble, journalists say.
Also in September, Polish radio station RMF FM reported that Polish residents had to buy coal from the Czech Republic due to long queues in their country.
Poland refused to supply Russian energy resources against the backdrop of a Russian special operation, which provoked a sharp rise in energy and electricity prices.