Bulgarian Prime Minister: Russia does not hold evil for our disruption of South Stream
Now Boyko Borisov, who himself took a direct part in closing the South Stream project for Bulgaria, is asking Moscow to apologize for breaking the contract.
According to the Bulgarian prime minister, he is grateful to Russia for the fact that it "does not hold evil."
Vladimir Putin responded with irony as follows:
At the same time, the Russian president noted that after the Bulgarian refusal, Russia had entered into a negotiation process with Ankara. According to Vladimir Putin, Russia had to enter from the other side.
RIA News quotes the Russian president:
According to Putin, Moscow regrets that Sofia herself went down this path. At the same time, the Russian leader added that the Turkish Stream gas pipeline could go through Bulgaria with one branch.
Recall that a few days ago, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said that Sofia is interested in "direct" gas supplies from Russia.
And the train has already left ...
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