Bulgarian PM Borisov and Russian PM Medvedev Discuss Energy Topics in Brussels
Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev discussed the strengthening of the partnership between the two countries in the area of energy and tourism. The two Heads of Government spoke on 19th of October within the 12th Asia-Europe Summit (ASEM) in Brussels, which this year is hosted by the EU.
During the meeting, the two discussed the deepening of relations in the energy sector between the two countries. "We exchanged views on the possibilities of our Balkan gas hub, where we can attract gas from the terminal in Greece and from the Black Sea. A third drilling in the Khan Asparuh block starts. We will have opportunities to get gas into the gas hub from many directions," the Bulgarian Prime Minister said.
Boyko Borissov and Dmitry Medvedev reported a growth of Russian tourists in our country this year. "Russian tourists have already returned to Bulgaria. The Mixed Commission is due to work in Moscow in October, "added the Bulgarian Prime Minister.
The two Heads of Government expressed their satisfaction with the intensification of the bilateral partnership in recent years in the commercial and economic area.
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