Hundreds of thousands of Albanians led prices to streets

In the capital of Albania Tiran, mass protests were held due to growth in fuel prices and food.

more than half a million people who also opposed corruption and economic policy of the government took to the streets of the city.

The protesters, in particular, accuse the current Prime Minister of increasing fuel prices. Since the beginning of the year, gasoline in the country has almost doubled. As a result, prices for all goods took off.

Tuptop March literally paralyzed the country.

Meanwhile, the vice-president of the European Commission (EC) France Timmermans told The Guardian that in the winter Europe was facing a destructive “conflict and discord” due to high energy prices. In this regard, he urged to return to the use of fossil energy in order to prevent mass riots in the countries of the European Union.