Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis expects electricity and natural gas prices for Lithuanian households to go down by 10-15 percent from July. Skvernelis posted on Facebook that he believes that the standard electricity tariff for households should decrease by at least 10 percent from July 1, and natural gas prices should go down by at least 15 percent for all households. The planned tariff cuts are part of the government's measures to reduce the negative effects of the coronavirus crisis, and reflect the current trends in the electricity and gas markets.
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