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Commenting article: Gazprom Frustrates Bulgaria's Hopes for Gas Contract with No Middlemen

Russian energy giant Gazprom would not agree to a new gas supplies contract with Bulgaria eliminating middlemen until all existing arrangements have been fulfilled.

This was announced Wednesday by the CEO of Gazprom, Alexander Medvedev, during a press conference in Russia's capital Moscow.

In Medvedev's words, Bulgaria's state-owned gas monopoly Bulgargaz, and Gazprom were continuing the talks for eliminating the intermediaries in their trading relations. The matter was discussed during the meeting of the top managers of the two companies in Moscow, the Bulgarian National Radio reported.

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Stealthy - 28 Jun 2009 // 09:52:50

"a new great transit path to EU" , "the South Stream as mutual Russian - Bulgarian deal" and etc. ... Russia plays its own game and such fish brains as Bulgaria are only a tools ... Sorry FISHBRAIN , nothing personal ...

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fishbrain - 24 Jun 2009 // 18:48:48

I will buy some real warm clothing for winter just in case the Gazprom continues its great customer policy of cutting supplies in mid winter and blaming someone else.

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