That's the most intelligent idea I've heard in a long time. All European governments should have one, the EU is way behind the times in IT, and it's a key driver of efficiency!
So, what happened to the promised supplies from Ukraine's reserves, then Romania, and maybe Turkey was mentioned? Now, supplies will come from Greece from a pipeline that hasn't been built yet, requires EU money that probably won't materialise until some of the Mutri are behind bars, and the virtual Greek LPG terminal morfs into reality? Not to mention the possibilty that the Greeks may be the first to pull out of the Euro? The government are wandering around like headless chickens, making random pronouncements, fearful of a mass revolt, knowing that the economy is about to implode, even if this weekend's meeting in Moscow results in the restoration of supplies somewhen next week?
Perhaps someone should turn off the gas & electricity to the Ambassador's residences until South Stream is operational? :-).
I for one fail to understand Hamas's logic? On the one hand there is mutual self-destruction with Israel in the case of extreme voilence, and on the other hand, they could stop firing rockets, start talking and make a deal that recognises reality? Even if they succeed in terrorising the rest of the world into abandoning Israel, I doubt Israel would abandon the land without turning it into a nuclear dust bowl?
Seems to me that the Russians are simply trying to wreck the East European economy, bring down the Euro and push up the price of oil. It's a beggar thy neighbour policy, because their own economy is in such a mess. A more intelligent solution would be for Russia and Ukraine to join the Eurozone, the balance of power would then shift away from China and the USA!?
If this is true, then there is going to be an economic meltdown in BG, with most heavy industry going out of business. Who is going to invest money when Russian gas supplies are unstable and depleted? Actually, the whole of the Eastern European economy will go into meltdown!?
Bulgaria is the EU Country with the Largest Number of Women in the IT Sector
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