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Barroso supports Bulgaria for “Kozloduy”

Submitted on Thursday, 18 June 2009One Comment
Barroso supports Bulgaria for “Kozloduy”

The first positive indications for the resolution of the issues of Kozloduy give us hope to clarify the matter by the end of 2009.

This was announced through a video conference with the Bulgarian prime minister Sergei Stanishev right after his meeting with the Council in Brussels.

He stated that the President of the European Commission José Barroso supports Bulgaria in their demands for additional financing for the stopping of the nuclear power plant “Kozloduy”. According to Stanishev, Barroso believes the Bulgarian arguments and position for additional finances.

The President of the European Commission himself expressed his readiness to work with the Bulgarian government to come to a fair agreement.

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  • Alexandru said:

    Bulgaria is entitled to a refund but must not restart that Chernobyl like nuclear power plant near our borders. The EU has put a Clause that dangerous Kozloduy nuclear plant must not be started.

    The Bulgarian’s had decided to use Russian technology which is unacceptable to Romania they could have allowed that plant to run if it implemented European technology.

    Bulgaria should have got European assistance to build Kozloduy but did not.

    Romania is building Reactors 3 and 4 using Canadian Technology which among the worlds safest and the worlds best Technology to use. So Reactors 3 and 4 are not threat to Bulgaria or the EU and therefore we have been entitled to build it according to EU Regulations. We already have over 5 Investors that are going to build it using Canadian Technology.

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