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Commenting article: Gul: Turkey May Still Build Power Plants on Bulgarian Border

Turkey is working on all its power plant projects to be located just several kilometers away from the border with Bulgaria, according to Turkish President, Abdullah Gul.

Gul spoke Wednesday during a meeting with Bulgarian counterpart, Rosen Plevneliev, who is on an official visit to Turkey.

The Turkish President, despite earlier reports that his country will give up plans to build a nuclear power plant and/or a thermal power plant in the town of Igneada, which is located 5 km south of the Bulgarian-Turkish border, stated that both projects are under consideration.

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#1
Yane - 28 Nov 2012 // 19:22:34

Bulgaria must do more business with Russia & China, that is where the future is. Turkey is a neo-Ottoman islamic hostile country. How would they feel if their neighbors all built nuclear plants on their borders?

#2
sa-sha - 28 Nov 2012 // 20:10:18

...and still "Bulgaria Backs Turkey's European Integration Bid".
Dear Turkey ( and Al Waqf-Al Islami): "Let's get together"...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3mJV_rtJEI

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