Indian Solar Power Plant in Bulgaria

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Indian Solar Power Plant in Bulgaria Bulgarian Foreign Minister Solomon Passy (R) met Wednesday with Indian President Dr Abdul Kalam in Delhi during his 4-day visit to the country. Photo by Foreign Affairs Ministry.

Foreign Minister Solomon Passy invited India to begin the construction of a solar power plant at the Bulgarian Black Sea coast.

Passy, who is at an official visit to India, met with his Indian counterpart Natwar Singh. They discussed bilateral relations, regional and international issues as well as economic cooperation. Passy also invited India to participate in the tender for the construction of Bulgaria's second nuclear power plant in Belene.

Natwar Singh presented to his Bulgarian guest India's position on the Iraq situation firmly stating that his country wouldn't send troops there.

Bulgaria and India signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between the foreign services institutions of the two countries.

This is the first visit by any Bulgarian Foreign Minister in India since 1980.
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