"For too long Bulgaria and other countries of the region have been concentrating on large scale pipeline projects such as South Stream and have left behind the development of important regional infrastructure, notably interconnections with neighbouring countries," Klaus-Dieter Borchardt, Director Internal Energy Market at the European Commission's Directorate-General for Energy, has told Novinite.
Mr Borchardt was asked to comment on the challenges facing Bulgaria's energy sector at a time the country is no the road to electricity market liberalization and is pinning hopes on building a number of gas link with its neighbours.
Borchardt, whose professional experience at the EU Commission began in 1987, is no stranger to energy developments in Bulgaria. He is coming to the country on December 9 to attend several events here and also to meet Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova....
People like this professor turned EU into criminal organization. EU has no legitimacy and should change deeply or disintegrate.. and this professor is a parasite..first EU have to change and completely free itself of people like this professor,, and afterwards maybe it will have chance..
We have also one similar useless professor without scientific background named Vladko Panaiotov..
the useless people from BAS made him even academician.. not known for what..
EU administration have tendency to collect useless people without moral.. empty people.... and they distort the very idea of European union because they sell their service for money.
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