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Kotzias – Tillerson meeting fruitful

By   /  13/03/2017  /  Energy, Finance, GR Energy, GR Finance, GR Politics, Greece, Politics  /  No Comments

  Following the meeting at the State Department on Monday with his US counterpart the Greek Foreign Minister began his visit to Washington. The head of the Greek diplomacy during the meeting with the 69th United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson analyzed the situation in Southeastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, and […]

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Bulgarian President: More pragmatism needed in work of Southeast Europe Cooperation Process

By   /  08/03/2017  /  AL Energy, AL Politics, Albania, BA Energy, BA Politics, BG Energy, BG Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Energy, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Headlines, ME Energy, ME Politics, MK Energy, MK Politics, Montenegro, Politics, RS Energy, RS Politics, Serbia, TR Politics, Turkey  /  Comments Off on Bulgarian President: More pragmatism needed in work of Southeast Europe Cooperation Process

  At a meeting with ambassadors from seven Balkan countries in Sofia on March 8, Bulgarian head of state President Roumen Radev called for more pragmatism in the work of the Southeast Europe Cooperation Process and in the co-ordination of projects carried out with EU funds. The meeting, the first with this group of ambassadors […]

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Transport Minister says that Cyprus can become a major Energy Center in the Mediterranean

By   /  08/03/2017  /  CY Energy, Cyprus, Energy  /  Comments Off on Transport Minister says that Cyprus can become a major Energy Center in the Mediterranean

  Cypriot Minister of Transport has said that  Cyprus can become into an important Energy Center in the Mediterranean, and that his government’s objective for the future is to consolidate and further develop the island’s role in world shipping. Marios Demetriades, addressing yesterday the conference Mare Forum Greece 20117 in Athens, said that Cyprus is […]

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Foreign Office Minister affirms recognition of Cyprus’s gas fields rights

By   /  03/03/2017  /  CY Energy, Cyprus, Energy  /  Comments Off on Foreign Office Minister affirms recognition of Cyprus’s gas fields rights

  The UK Minister for Europe Sir Alan Duncan reiterated his Government’s support for the Republic of Cyprus’s right to exploit the natural gas reserves in its Exclusive Economic Zone. Sir Alan was responding to a written question by Jim Shannon, MP for the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party, who wanted to know what discussions […]

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Akinci will not attend the meeting of the leaders scheduled for Thursday

By   /  22/02/2017  /  CY Energy, CY Politics, Cyprus, Energy, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on Akinci will not attend the meeting of the leaders scheduled for Thursday

  The United nations informed the President of the Republic of Cyprus today that the leader of the Turkish Cypriot community will not attend the meeting of the leaders scheduled for tomorrow, said the Government Spokesman, Mr Nikos Christodoulides, today. In his remarks to reporters following the meeting of the President of the Republic, Mr […]

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Bulgaria targets early-2018 to begin construction on Greece gas inter-connector

By   /  22/02/2017  /  BG Energy, Bulgaria, Energy, Headlines  /  Comments Off on Bulgaria targets early-2018 to begin construction on Greece gas inter-connector

  Bulgaria’s Energy Ministry was drafting the necessary tender documentation to pick a contractor that would build the gas inter-connector pipeline between Greece and Bulgaria, targeting early 2018 for the start of construction, caretaker Energy Minister Nikolai Pavlov said on February 22. Pavlov’s comments were made during a meeting with his Azeri counterpart Nigat Aliyev […]

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50 million euros for energy, an agreement is signed between 6 states

By   /  09/02/2017  /  Energy, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, MK Energy  /  Comments Off on 50 million euros for energy, an agreement is signed between 6 states

Two agreements for renewable energy sources with a value of 50 million euros were signed today in the meeting held between ministers of Western Balkan countries in Skopje. The ministers of the six countries of the region said that the reforms in the energy sector are necessary. The agreements were also signed by representatives of […]

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The blockade of the Greek farmers, FYROM is alarmed about the oil crisis

By   /  09/02/2017  /  Energy, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, MK Energy  /  Comments Off on The blockade of the Greek farmers, FYROM is alarmed about the oil crisis

Today is the 11th day that Greek farmers or blocking the border crossing point of “Evzoni” with FYROM as a sign of protest against tax and pension reforms. The blockade has led to many transporters from FYROM to remain on the border, especially lorries that carry fuel from Greece to FYROM. Biljana Muratovska of the […]

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Costly fuel pushes up annual inflation to 1.3% in January

By   /  06/02/2017  /  Energy, SI Energy, SI Social, Slovenia, Social  /  Comments Off on Costly fuel pushes up annual inflation to 1.3% in January

Fuelled by higher prices of petroleum products, Slovenia’s annual inflation rate rose to 1.3% in January, an increase of 0.8 percentage points on the month before. The annual spike comes after three years of low inflation and despite a 0.6% monthly drop in consumer prices, fresh data from the Statistics Office shows. Year-on-year, prices of […]

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Three Chinese chief specialists disappear in an Albanian mine

By   /  06/02/2017  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy  /  Comments Off on Three Chinese chief specialists disappear in an Albanian mine

Three Chinese chief specialists have gone missing for the past three days after they were blocked under the ground during a gas explosion in a mineral well in the mine of Bulqiza in the northeast of the Albania. The event took place on level 21 of the chrome mine in Bulqiza during the works taking […]

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