Bulgarian Head of State: Bulgaria Can Deepen its Strategic Partnership with Russia in the Field of Energy
Bulgaria can deepen its strategic partnership with Russia in the field of energy, but to this end, concrete conditions have to be met, among which the projects are profitable for our country. This was stressed by President Rumen Radev at the beginning of his meeting with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Dondukov 2.
"Turkish Stream" and "Belene" are the most important topics of his entire visit to Bulgaria and minutes before he stressed to his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borisov that the gas project could only be realized with guarantees at the level of the European Commission.
"Russia is a strategic partner in the energy sector, where there is great potential for deepening our relations, but with due regard for expediency, competitiveness, transparency, security of supply and what is particularly important for us at a bargain price'', Radev said.
''With our efforts, we can change everything, it is important for governments to work, make the necessary decisions at the company level, have a dialogue, "Medvedev said.
He invited Rumen Radev to the International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg, and the Bulgarian head of state stressed that bilateral dialogue could help restore confidence between the EU and Russia.
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