TURKEY MAY STOP BUYING ELECTRICITY FROM BULGARIA
Business | July 6, 2001, Friday // 00:00
Turkey may stop buying electricity from the beginning of 2003, because the contracts on power export have been repeatedly violated. This is an unofficial warning sent by Turkish power-supply company. For three years now Sofia has been failing to carry out the contract with Ankara signed by PM Kostov and his Turkish colleague, Yelmaz, in 1998. Two protocols enclosed with the contract testify to that. Minister of Regional Development and Social Works, Evgeni Chachev and Chief of the Energy Agency, Ivan Shiliashki, are responsible for the breach of contract.
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