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Aug 2016
Greece, Bulgaria ink IGB gas pipeline, LNG terminal agreements

Athens is turning to Sofia in an attempt to re-establish its position in the region, top policy expert tells New Europe. Greece and Bulgaria agreed to boost energy security in the Balkans in the framework of the European Union, during Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ visit to Sofia on August 1. Tsipras met with his Bulgarian counterpart Boiko Borisov and President Rosen Plevnelev. Within the context of the third high-level cooperation council between Greece and Bulgaria, they signed a series of bilateral agreements, including the construction of the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB) gas......

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Socar is running into problems concerning Desfa

Socar is running into problems concerning Desfa

Azerbaijan’s state energy company Socar is running into problems concerning its stake in Greece’s natural gas grid operator, Desfa, with the Greek parliament expected to vote imminently for a crucial change concerning the value...


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China set to do deals in Poland and Serbia

China set to do deals in Poland and Serbia

A series of agreements in areas ranging from trade to civil aviation will be on the table during President Xi Jinping’s upcoming visit to Serbia and Poland, diplomats said yesterday. Central and east European...


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