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Commenting article: Bulgaria Faces a Daily EUR 8000 Fine over South Stream

The planned South Stream pipeline project is a display of the excellent relations the Kremlin has with the Bulgarian government, according to an article published in Germany's Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

The decision taken by Bulgaria's government in March regarding the South Stream was astonishing, the author, Florian Hassel, argues.

He is referring to the Energy Law amendments adopted end-March allowing for the Bulgarian section of the pipeline to go round European law and to be treated as part of the interconnection grid, so that the EU's Third Energy Package cannot be applied to it and no third parties can have access to its infrastructure.

Optimistic - 17 Apr 2014 // 09:11:11

The EU does not want the south stream it continually puts barriers in its way.

The EU wants the gas to go through the Ukraine so that their Ukraine friends can continue stealing some of it.

.l. - 17 Apr 2014 // 09:03:15

Bulgaria hates the corrupt EU with its double standards. The EU first makes countries like Bulgaria POOR AND DEPENDENT destroying their ECONOMY and parasitizing on their resources and then labels them "corrupt". Bulgaria is sick and tired with the EU arrogance and the unfair treatment of Bulgarians in Europe. Bulgaria hopes it will get out of the EU soon.

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