Clear Support for Bulgaria's Nuke "Hard to Get"

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Bulgaria will find it quite hard to receive clear and concrete support for the revival of Units 3&4 of the Nuclear Power Plant in Kozloduy, the Economy and Energy Minister commented.

Rumen Ovcharov spoke before a gathering of the socialist party in Vratsa, just 100 kilometers away from Kozloduy, and had to answer lots of questions about the fate of the reactors.

People wanted to know whether Ovcharov had received any support for the nukes' revival during his visit in London, Darik News revealed. He explained that what he got was mostly understanding that Bulgaria should stay the main energy producer in the region.

Bulgaria had to close four of its six nuke units as agreed upon in the accession treaty with the EU. As a result countries in the region are starting to feel the weight of a looming energy crisis.
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