Low temperatures, Minister Balluku advises citizens: Do not travel for tourism in the next 5 days
Due to the low temperatures that have covered the country, the Minister of Infrastructure Belinda Balluku advises all citizens not to travel to mountainous places for tourism reasons.
"With these temperatures, children will ask you to leave the house and go where there is snow, but this is not the time to travel in the next 5 days. "Because there will really be very low temperatures, minus, a record that will cause problems."
Balluku said that due to strong winds, very low temperatures and snowfall there may be a breakdown with electricity, but that will be constantly worked to repair them.
The Minister also called not to waste electricity.
"We have taken action. OST operators, OSHEE and KESH are on standby. In the cascade we are producing at full power, however the increase in demand which is large, about 80% more, which means very high pressure and we will have to turn to imports. Precisely because of the high consumption, the need to stay warm I would ask you to be careful, not to waste energy, to try to understand that this is an emergency situation and we are working to make everything normal. ”