The Energy Ministries of Bulgaria and Russia have agreed that the two countries have to try to find a mutually acceptable solution regarding the future of the equipment produced for the cancelled nuclear power plant Belene project.
Bulgarian Minister of Energy Temenuzhka Petkova and her Russian counterpart Alexander Novak discussed over the phone the situation after the ruling on the cancelled NPP Belene project, but also Bulgarian plans to establish gas hub in its territory and the country’s expectations that Russia could be one of the main gas suppliers for the future hub, which is also backed by the European Commission.
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