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Commenting article: Serbia Confirms Interest in Investing in Bulgaria's Belene Nuclear Plant

Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic has confirmed his country's continued interest in acquiring a share of Bulgaria's future second nuclear power plant "Belene".

The economic aspects of Cvetkovic's visit in Sofia on Monday were overshadowed by the incident over the weekend in which Serbian authorities obstructed the remembrance of Bulgarian national hero Vasil Levski by the Bulgarian minority in Serbia.

Bulgarian PM Borisov and Cvetkovic, however, did focus their talks on certain crucial joint projects.

George Zheliazkov - 22 Feb 2011 // 03:56:51

What’s wrong with this picture Boyko?

Bulgaria continues to be an anti-business, anti-investment, anti-growth environment!

Boyko, take some action, enforce law and order and improve the business/investment environment or else you’re no better than all those pervious thugs from the last 20 years!

BTW stop dragging your feet on those energy projects!

Stop holding the people and the country hostage and take some action!

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