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Aleksandar Vucic: 2023 will be much more difficult for Europe than 2022


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Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday that he expects the situation in Europe and the world to further aggravate in 2023, Report informs via TASS.

“I expect that the year 2023 will be more, much more difficult on the European and global levels than 2022,” he told an annual news conference.

“The United States is nearing a recession,” he noted. “China’s growth is slowing down. Europe is nearing a recession.”

According to Britain’s Financial Times, Europe may face blackouts due to the cold weather in the coming months, but power outages are more probable next winter because of problems with storing gas at European facilities in the absence of gas from Russia.

Source: The Asia Today


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