Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin said the country is now living in a “war economy” due to the energy crisis.
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, in an interview with the Yle portal, said that now, due to the energy crisis, the country has begun to live in a “war economy”.
She clarified that the current energy crisis is unprecedented. Exceptional measures are needed to solve it. Among other things, she expressed the hope that the European Commission would help Finland in resolving this situation.
“Now we live in a war economy. I think that such an economic situation is not normal,” said Marin.
According to the head of the Finnish government, one of the measures to help overcome the crisis should be the establishment of a price ceiling for electricity.