Bulgaria Covers 50% of Balkans' Energy Deficit

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Bulgaria Covers 50% of Balkans' Energy Deficit Bulgaria covers over 50% of the energy deficit on the Balkans, Energy Minister Milko Kovachev announced today. Photo by Gergana Kostadinova (novinite.com)

Bulgaria covers over 50% of the energy deficit on the Balkans, according to Energy Minister Milko Kovachev.

Kovachev, who leaves on a working visit to the US tomorrow, explained that Turkey is one of the most important energy markets for Bulgaria.

Earlier in the year Kovachev underlined that Bulgaria will continue to export electricity even if it sticks by its commitment to close two of its older nuclear power units by end-2006 in view of its EU accession.
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