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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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Bulgaria, Serbia sign gas interconnector memorandum

By   /  19/01/2017  /  BG Energy, BG Politics, Bulgaria, Energy, Headlines, Politics, RS Energy, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Bulgaria, Serbia sign gas interconnector memorandum

Bulgaria and Serbia energy ministers signed on January 19 a memorandum of understanding on the construction of the interconnector pipeline between the two countries. The document underscored the political will in the two countries to build the pipeline, Bulgarian Energy Minister Temenouzhka Petkova said in a statement. The project was a key component of Bulgaria’s […]

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Bulgaria says detailed plan of Serbia gas interconnector ready

By   /  28/12/2015  /  BG Energy, Bulgaria, Energy, Headlines, RS Energy, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Bulgaria says detailed plan of Serbia gas interconnector ready

Bucharest, December 28, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Clive Leviev-Sawyer of The Sofia Globe Bulgaria’s Energy Ministry said on December 28 that it has completed the first stage of preparations to build the gas interconnector with Serbia, which it hopes to complete by the end of 2018. The ministry said that it has drafted the […]

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Wind farms scandal continues

By   /  06/10/2015  /  Business, Energy, Finance, Headlines, Politics, RS Business, RS Energy, RS Finance, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Wind farms scandal continues

Belgrade, October 6, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Milos Mitrovic Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has endorsed his Deputy Kori Udovicki amid scandal involving her sister who allegedly claimed that the director of state owned electric company (EMS) requested kickback for an business arrangement. At the same time Vucic has demanded the resolution of […]

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Bulgaria and Serbia agree to accelerate work on gas interconnector plan

By   /  04/06/2015  /  BG Energy, Bulgaria, Energy, Headlines, RS Energy, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Bulgaria and Serbia agree to accelerate work on gas interconnector plan

Sofia, June 4, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Clive Leviev-Sawyer of The Sofia Globe Bulgaria and Serbia have undertaken to work faster on building gas interconnectors, Bulgaria’s Economy Ministry said at the close of the second session of the bilateral joint economic commission that met in Belgrade on June 2 and 3. The co-chairpersons […]

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Serbian political shift with gas plan ‘in vain’

By   /  28/05/2015  /  Energy, Headlines, RS Energy, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Serbian political shift with gas plan ‘in vain’

Belgrade, May 28, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Milos Mitrovic Serbia has nothing to hope for considering gas supply from Azerbaijan because contingents have been agreed and distributed in advance, Alexander Frolov from the Russian Institute for National Energetics told Sputnik Serbia. Earlier today Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic’s said that Serbia “is ready for […]

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Serbia looks for new sources of energy supply

By   /  26/03/2015  /  Energy, Headlines, RS Energy, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Serbia looks for new sources of energy supply

Belgrade, March 26, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Milos Mitrovic Serbia will strive to participate in all the projects that could provide new sources and routes for gas supply, Minister for Mining and Energy Aleksandar Antic (photo) said today. Abandoning South Stream project has raised many questions considering gas supply, Minister Antic added. Earlier […]

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Plevneliev: Transport, energy links common priority for Bulgaria and Serbia

By   /  13/03/2015  /  BG Energy, BG Politics, Bulgaria, Energy, Headlines, Politics, RS Energy, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Plevneliev: Transport, energy links common priority for Bulgaria and Serbia

Sofia, March 13, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Clive Leviev-Sawyer of The Sofia Globe Energy inter-connectors between Bulgaria and Serbia and the infrastructure projects on Corridor 10 remain a shared priority for the two countries, Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev and his Serbian counterpart and host in Belgrade, Tomislav Nikolic, said on March 12. Plevneliev […]

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VUCIC: Putin’s giving up on South Stream shocked me

By   /  10/03/2015  /  Energy, Headlines, Politics, RS Energy, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on VUCIC: Putin’s giving up on South Stream shocked me

Belgrade, March 10, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Milos Mitrovic – Belgrade Serbia is looking for the alternative for the Russian gas, but this does not mean back track from the strategic goal – to join European Union, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said in the interview for Neue Zürcher Zeitung Vucic said he does […]

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Serbia and ‘Turkish Stream’

By   /  03/03/2015  /  Energy, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, GR Energy, GR Politics, Greece, Headlines, MK Energy, MK Politics, Politics, RS Energy, RS Politics, Serbia, TR Energy, TR Politics, Turkey  /  Comments Off on Serbia and ‘Turkish Stream’

Belgrade, March 3, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Milos Mitrovic Serbia and other possibly interested countries should take an active role in order project “Turkish Stream” to be implemented. This is the conclusion of the scientific conference “Russian projects in energy in Balkans after South Stream” held in Belgrade on Monday. Balkan countries may […]

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