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Putin – not coming to Sofia

Submitted on Tuesday, 21 April 2009No Comment
Putin – not coming to Sofia

The Russian prime minister Vladimir Putin will not participate in the conference for energetics in Sofia this week. He will meet his Bulgarian colleague in Moscow next week instead.

The spokesman of the Russian prime minister Dmitrii Peskov said, that the change of plans will not interrupt in any manner the negotiations of Moscow with Bulgaria and the other partners for the massive project “South stream”.

“Business is conducted in a very constructive atmosphere”, said Peskov. “Sooner or later, we expect agreements… It is no secret that this is a very complicated project.”

“It was decided that it would be better is Stanishev visits us… to discuss the overall situation according to the results from this week’s conference,” clarified the spokesman of the Russian prime minister.

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