Serbian Minister of Energy and Mining Aleksandar Antic said that the representatives of the European Union and the countries of Central and Southeastern Europe have signed a Memorandum of joint initiation of development in the areas of electricity markets, energy efficiency and renewable energy, among which the project for natural gas interconnection between Serbia and Romania has been accepted.
Minister Antic said that it is estimated that a considerable progress had been made in the realization of the project for the construction of natural gas interconnection between Serbia and Bulgaria and support has been given to initial activities related to gas interconnection with Romania. He stressed that Serbia-Bulgaria gas interconnection is crucial for the diversification and security of supply in both countries, as well as for other countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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