Bulgarian president dissatisfied with gas price talks with Russia


According to Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, negotiations with Russia on reducing gas prices are not being conducted as they should. He thinks that negotiators should show political will.


Radev believes that the negotiation strategy that the Bulgarian side adheres to today does not allow achieving the desired results. This leads the president to doubts about the competence of his energy minister, Temenuzhka Petkova, and gives reason to think about the quality of her work.

Rumen Radev expressed his opinion on energy issues, commenting on the recent telephone conversation between him and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Radev considers the issue of gas prices the most important for Bulgaria today. In his opinion, further negotiations should build on his conversation with Putin in St. Petersburg in the summer of 2019.

The Bulgarian president is outraged by the fact that of the eight European countries involved in the gas business of the European Commission in relation to Gazprom, only Bulgaria did not receive a discount on gas. He considers it unacceptable that Sofia pays twice as much for Russian gas as it should.

At the same time, Radev expressed hope that Bulgaria would soon receive a discount, because it would be beneficial for both Bulgarian families and the country's economy, which would become more competitive. And how much is it good for Russian families to scatter such discounts? Although who Russian families in this case asks ...
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  1. Aerodrome 27 February 2020 11: 06 New
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    Bulgarian president dissatisfied with gas price talks with Russia
    cooperate with Luke! yes
    1. maxim947 27 February 2020 11: 36 New
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      Damn, they along the way there the schedule is approved by the State Department - to whom and when to ask for discounts and cry. Buy even more expensive from mattresses, "there" they promise that the economy from such a business will "trample" uphill. And if purely emotional, then send everyone away.
      1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 11: 49 New
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        Quote: maxim947
        Buy even more expensive from mattresses, "there" they promise that the economy from such a business will "trample" uphill.

        And how do "non-ladies" buy from them? Turks gas carriers will not miss. Pull the pipe from the Polish terminals? It’s cheaper to switch to tidal power plants, windmills and solar panels.
        Profuka their "Stream" - now all claims to the State Department. In a written form. In three copies.
        1. pytar 27 February 2020 13: 09 New
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          Turks gas carriers will not miss.

          Igor, you are clearly not in the know ... Bulgaria bought back 20% of the shares of the LNG terminal in Alexandroupoli. It is already connected to the Bulgarian gas transmission network. From here deliveries are already underway, at prices 30 "% lower than Gazprom!
          It’s cheaper to switch to tidal power plants, windmills and solar panels.

          A tidal power station is already on the coast. While experimental.

          Windmills - if you walk around Bulgaria you will see hundreds of them, especially in Dobrudja and Sliven.


          Solar panels - they are in Bulgaria. The largest solar power plant on the Balkans was built precisely in Bulgaria, near Plovdiv.


          In Bulgaria, in 2017, 17,5% of the energy was extracted from renewable sources. 2018 - 18,8%, 2019 - 20,5%.
          1. Piramidon 27 February 2020 13: 24 New
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            Quote: pytar
            Deliveries are already underway, at prices 30 "% lower than Gazprom!

            So why is he crying then? Use cheap LNG.
            1. pytar 27 February 2020 13: 47 New
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              So why is he crying then?

              Not him, but Gazprom is crying ... Monopol broke .. Although the situation will not affect the awards of effective managers ... laughing
              Use cheap LNG.

              We will crawl, the one who is cheaper. Ohhh .. bad novelty for lovers of monopolies! The market has come! belay
          2. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 13: 38 New
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            Quote: pytar
            Bulgaria bought back 20% of the shares of the LNG terminal in Alexandroupoli. It is already connected to the Bulgarian gas transmission network. From here deliveries are already underway, at prices 30 "% lower than Gazprom!

            Happiness and success to you personally and to your entire Bulgaria with prices 30% lower than Gazprom prices.

            What then is your president whining about high prices? There, Ukraine spins coal on Rotterdam + and asks for nothing. And you go there ... And you turn the gas ...
            1. pytar 27 February 2020 13: 51 New
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              Happiness and success to you personally and to your entire Bulgaria with prices 30% lower than Gazprom prices.

              Thank you and all the best! Prices have already begun to decline in the domestic market, so ...
              What then is your president whining about high prices?

              Not whimpering, but reminiscent! About the contract ... He is a good man, choose the ego again! yes
              1. Sergej1972 27 February 2020 14: 15 New
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                Explain to me please. He studied the state system of Bulgaria. It’s not clear to me why you have a president elected by the people, and he really has no real power? What's the point of this? Then it is better to choose it by parliament or a special board, as in Italy or Germany. Or, on the contrary, leave the popular elections, but give him real powers on the model of the presidents of France or Finland.
                The same presidents in Austria, Iceland, Ireland. They are elected directly by the population, but there is no real power.
                1. pytar 27 February 2020 15: 24 New
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                  Explain to me please. He studied the state system of Bulgaria. It’s not clear to me why you have a president elected by the people, and he really has no real power?

                  Dear Sergey, Bulgaria is a parliamentary republic. The presence of a separate presidential institution, designed not to give anyone the opportunity to concentrate all power in one structure. Tipo antimonopol. This works well, as it creates competition between power structures. The President has his own powers and they are not so small. The ego role becomes central during times of crisis. Part of the powers of the President:
                  1. He is the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus. Appoints and dismisses the top command of the army. He is chairman of the National Security Advisory Council. Detects war, mobilization, martial law, etc.
                  3. The President has the right to sign international treaties.
                  4. The President does not have direct legislative power, but has the right to veto. May initiate constitutional amendments.
                  5. Another: give Bulgarian citizenship, amnesty convicts, forgive public debt, appoints diplomats.
                  In short, he has his own role and functions. hi
                  1. Sergej1972 27 February 2020 23: 32 New
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                    Thanks for the information.
                2. Bagatur 27 February 2020 18: 36 New
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                  I agree! This is a constitutional defect. It should be done like all countries with parliamentary administration! Vybirat President in Parliament and all! Now he has no real power, but he thinks, "More people have elected me than parliament ... and wants to rule without having the right to do so."
                  1. Sergej1972 27 February 2020 23: 33 New
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                    Thank. As I understand it, there is no consensus among the Bulgarians regarding the powers of their president.
          3. orionvitt 27 February 2020 14: 21 New
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            Quote: pytar
            A tidal power station is already on the coast.

            Windmills - if you walk around Bulgaria you will see hundreds of such Solar batteries - there are plenty of them in Bulgaria
            Here you are, eat the "green energy" and live according to the covenants of the unforgettable Greta. Only this will come at times more expensive. Yes, and tell me please, where are the tides on the Black Sea? Yes, and those that would build a power plant.
            1. pytar 27 February 2020 15: 56 New
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              Here you are, eat the "green energy" and live according to the covenants of the unforgettable Greta. Only this will come at times more expensive.

              I don’t know how it is with Greta, but green energy has a place to be. Especially for countries where it is, but there is no gas, oil and coal. The planet itself is forcing humanity to move to such energy. With the price of technology cheaper.
              Yes, and tell me please, where are the tides on the Black Sea? Yes, and those that would build a power plant.

              I know the entrepreneur personally. I apologize, I wrote inaccurately - not a tidal, but a float. Designed for the conditions of the Black Sea, but does not have much efficiency. Another project is more interesting - for underwater currents. We are also developing an energy storage plant in which there are no electric batteries and expensive materials. hi
              1. orionvitt 27 February 2020 16: 01 New
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                What to tell you. As the saying goes, the flag is in your hands. Here Germany, with all its technological power, rushed after the fashionable "green energy" and sat in a puddle. So go for it. But remember that fashionable and useful are two different things.
                1. pytar 27 February 2020 16: 45 New
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                  Quote: orionvitt
                  What to tell you. As the saying goes, the flag is in your hands. Here Germany, with all its technological power, rushed after the fashionable "green energy" and sat in a puddle. So go for it. But remember that fashionable and useful are two different things.

                  In the given case, the expression "flag in hand" is inappropriate. For such a thing, hand drawings, tools ... bully
                  Green energy is not fashion, but inexorable inevitability. Germany has not yet sat in a puddle, even though you are so ill there. If you sit down, there will be completely different reasons that go beyond that topic.
                  1. orionvitt 27 February 2020 16: 55 New
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                    Quote: pytar
                    Green energy is not fashion, but inexorable inevitability. Germany, has not yet sat in a puddle, even though you are so ill

                    Of course, all stupid and only Bulgarians are aware of what's what. laughing
                    1. pytar 27 February 2020 17: 57 New
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                      Quote: orionvitt
                      Of course, all stupid and only Bulgarians are aware of what's what.

                      Not all. Smart people are better than fools ... While fools yell "this cannot be", smart people do it! There it is!
          4. Non liberoid Russian 27 February 2020 14: 49 New
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            So what’s the matter, forward, to the bright future of LNG, just don’t remove the pans, they have at least a stupid, natural look
          5. hohol95 27 February 2020 15: 09 New
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            Why then do you need GAZ at all? Switch to electricity all the time!
            1. pytar 27 February 2020 16: 00 New
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              Why then do you need GAZ at all? Switch to electricity all the time!

              Gas is one from the sources of energy. Greener than coal. The whole world will go over to electricity. The process is already going inexorably. No matter whether you believe it or not ...
              1. hohol95 27 February 2020 16: 10 New
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                It remains to wait for household superconductors! And all of Europe will immediately abandon Russian gas! good
                1. pytar 27 February 2020 16: 57 New
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                  It remains to wait for household superconductors! And all of Europe will immediately abandon Russian gas!

                  If they create effective superconductors, then Russia will have another chance! After all, she has huge VEC frauds in Siberia! Europe is all with electric cars, they will need electricity! Ideal after all! yes
                  1. hohol95 27 February 2020 17: 02 New
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                    Where will Europe get its energy from a complete abandonment of nuclear power plants? Will it blow the wind or give the sun? Oh yes, American LNG will save ... And it will force Poland and the rest to close unprofitable coal mines!
                    1. pytar 27 February 2020 17: 53 New
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                      Where will Europe get its energy from a complete abandonment of nuclear power plants?

                      The energy strategy of the European Union is a program document, written out step by step and in time. Goal - To achieve a high level of energy independence from external suppliers, protect the environment, reduce energy intensity by increasing efficiency and energy saving. This is a large-scale, comprehensive program in which high technologies play the main role! There’s not just some helicopter makers coming up! Thermonuclear energy and much more! Do not think that fools are sitting there! Much of what is already working, tested, is being perfected. We will see how much the set goals will be achieved. But there is nothing wrong with them!
                  2. cdrt 29 February 2020 04: 32 New
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                    Lord, well, you can’t afford to brainwash yourself with propaganda and advertising. Electric sales do not exceed 1% of the sold cars ... what for the VEC if it is unstable energy? Have you heard the RFM, no? What does Australia's renewable energy industry have not heard of, no?
                    1. pytar 29 February 2020 13: 33 New
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                      Lord, well, you can’t afford to brainwash yourself with propaganda and advertising. Electric sales do not exceed 1% of the sold cars ... what for the VEC if it is unstable energy?

                      What kind of propaganda, you are clearly not in the know what is happening in the world! Electric car sales are growing year after year! All the leading car manufacturers are turning off investments in cars on the Far East Gas Engine, and investing in electric traction! Unstable energy say? Have you listened to how quickly the technology of drives is evolving, have they heard about power supply systems from electricity supply systems? Yes, it is in Bulgaria that energy-accumulating technologies are being developed, while undemanding expensive chemicals. elements and alloys!
                      What does Australia's renewable energy industry have not heard of, no?

                      In Australia, the problem is being solved. Here is the info ...

                      A new energy era begins! No one can stop her! Whoever would consider, the future is already here.
                      1. mordor 3 March 2020 16: 41 New
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                        Yes, yes, take it easy, just live in this new era about which noodles from any iron in the European Union hang on your ears, most likely you probably will not have to, if only your great-grandchildren, In the new storage, also dream about this while sitting on the Champs Elysees with a cup of k5ava, so at least they already have sockets that produce electricity, each has boilers and almost all specialists.
                      2. pytar 3 March 2020 16: 49 New
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                        Yes, yes, take it easy, just live in this new era about which you are hung on the ears of any iron in the European Union, most likely you probably won’t have to, unless your great-grandchildren ...

                        I hope to live! Moreover, I firmly intend to purchase an electric car in the next 2 years. The neighbor bought, very satisfied! hi Already eat on the roads and become more and more. Our personal opinions may be different, but there is one indisputable fact: global car manufacturers invest in large quantities and switch to electric traction.
            2. hohol95 27 February 2020 16: 11 New
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              Explain to me such a question - why are so many houses in Poland and Britain heated with coal or wood? For a European, answering this simple question is not difficult!
              1. pytar 27 February 2020 17: 04 New
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                Explain to me such a question - why are so many houses in Poland and Britain heated with coal or wood? For a European, answering this simple question is not difficult!

                Europe is very diverse. You need to ask the Poles and the British. As far as I know in the UK, only Lords fire wood for drinking in the evening in front of fireplaces! laughing Firewood is very expensive, in short supply. All are heated by gas. As for Polsh, there is enough coal there, it is in Britain, but I have not heard that many are so drowned.
        2. cdrt 29 February 2020 04: 28 New
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          Bgggg: :-))))) the last nail in the lid of the coffin of any industry. On the other hand ... with the main products: tourism and guest workers, industry and no place :-))))
      2. Pete mitchell 27 February 2020 13: 31 New
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        Quote: Zoldat_A
        all claims to the State Department. In a written form. In three copies.
        Igor Alekseevich hi , no, the State Department has nothing to do with request was a great opportunity
        show political will
        , now all claims are only to ourselves.
        Capitalism however - go through the bazaar, look for cheaper, yourself, all by yourself
  2. cniza 27 February 2020 11: 38 New
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    Club "offended" will create ...
    1. bessmertniy 27 February 2020 11: 58 New
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      And the Bulgarian President pleased Russia with cheapness so that Russia would make gas discounts only at his request. what
      1. cniza 27 February 2020 12: 00 New
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        And what can you get besides lecho?
        1. bessmertniy 27 February 2020 12: 04 New
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          Well, stuffed cabbage used to be, rose oil, jokes exported from Gabrovo. And I don’t remember anymore. request
          1. cniza 27 February 2020 12: 12 New
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            Yeah, wine brandy and cigarettes ..., remember "chicken is not a bird - Bulgaria is not abroad" ...
            1. bessmertniy 27 February 2020 12: 14 New
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              In principle, there was also an active tourist exchange along the Intourist line, but today our tourist does not focus much on Bulgaria - there are more attractive places. hi
            2. AK1972 27 February 2020 12: 44 New
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              Quote: cniza
              Yeah, wine brandy and cigarettes ..., remember "chicken is not a bird - Bulgaria is not abroad" ...

              And also electric motors, hoists, grinders, which are still called "grinders" in our country.
        2. Vladimir_6 27 February 2020 13: 03 New
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          And what can you get besides lecho?

          Alas, the lecho has nowhere to produce. There was a big TV show about these plants. No roof, no windows. You can make films about the Apocalypse.
          1. cniza 27 February 2020 13: 32 New
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            It’s called otheesili ...
            1. Vladimir_6 27 February 2020 13: 33 New
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              It’s called otheesili ...

              Exactly.
          2. orionvitt 27 February 2020 14: 27 New
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            The Globus vegetable preserves were good, no doubt. And now, instead of the "garden of Europe" (as they wanted), they have become the back seat of Europe. This is how reality puts everything in its place. European integration helped them a lot. lol
            1. cniza 27 February 2020 16: 01 New
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              Europe needed an expanded market and no more ...
        3. pytar 27 February 2020 14: 37 New
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          And what can you get besides lecho?

          Euro. Information: Bulgaria - 52 billion euros of GDP. Gold and foreign exchange reserves of 23 billion euros.3,5-3,8% of the average annual growth of the economy. hi
          1. cniza 27 February 2020 16: 04 New
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            Well done, good luck to you! hi
        4. Non liberoid Russian 27 February 2020 14: 50 New
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          there is a long CX in decline
          1. pytar 27 February 2020 15: 28 New
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            there is a long CX in decline

            In decline? belay 5 billion euros, CX exports for 2019 decline?!?! fellow
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              1. pytar 27 February 2020 18: 22 New
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                5 billion?

                Exactly! ~ 5 euros. export cx for 000 yes
                my god you rode, grabbed the minuses, told what we developed with the export of primary goods ...

                + 1, -1. One did not like the facts. lol Even if it was -100, the facts have not changed.
                considering what you exported during the CMEA and what is now with the EU

                Consider, but you do not know. From the word at all.
                you are now an ordinary bed of the European Union, not a fruit and vegetable factory CMEA

                I’ll add more salt to your wound ... The main share in the export are of high-quality grain crops, for the difference from the time of CMEA, when they really produced more vegetables and fruits. Now Bulgaria is among the top 10 grain exporters. White gold! The costs of growing less, storing, and transporting is not a problem. We have seasonal agriculture. Vegetables and fruits are grown, but in smaller quantities. They are untrained. The implementation period is shorter. The bias is done on organic products. They are more expensive and sell well in the EU markets. Over 7 years, the area of ​​bio-farming increased by 6 times. During socialism, it was difficult to find even native products on our shelves. Now in all seasons there is everything, imported and ours.
                That's it, Alexander ... laughing
        5. alatanas 27 February 2020 19: 48 New
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          Lecho is not a Bulgarian, but a Hungarian product.
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            Lecho is not a Bulgarian, but a Hungarian product.


            And where does the recipe come from? ...
            1. alatanas 28 February 2020 12: 54 New
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              Product!
              Imports from Hungary to the USSR, not from Bulgaria.
      2. pytar 27 February 2020 12: 29 New
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        And the Bulgarian President pleased Russia with cheapness so that Russia would make gas discounts only at his request.

        He discretely recalled the agreements that Gazprom has not yet implemented ... By the way, the translation of the word Radev into Russian in the article is incorrect! In the original there is no word at all about discounts!
        1. bessmertniy 27 February 2020 12: 33 New
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          On the "flow" Bulgaria broke the contract - and nothing !? Of course, Gazprom must be cut, but the agreement with Bulgaria is a level lower than state relations between our countries.
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            Quote: bessmertniy
            On the "flow" Bulgaria broke the contract - and nothing !?

            Already in two streams. In Turkish, too, a cat for ... tail pulled.
          2. pytar 27 February 2020 13: 59 New
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            On the "flow" Bulgaria broke the contract - and nothing !? Of course, Gazprom must be cut, but the agreement with Bulgaria is a level lower than state relations between our countries.

            Judging by the rus-media, it was Bulgaria that “broke” the treaty. What is not surprising if we realize what a monstrous gas monopolist has such a terrible (dis) informational resource! In real life, Bulgaria did not violate a single paragraph of the agreements. Otherwise, Gazprom would judge us mercilessly, as in the case of Rossatom with a nuclear power plant. I know what I'm talking about, I worked with the Bulgarian side on the UP, and as a matter of fact I work on the Balkan stream. hi
          3. Bagatur 27 February 2020 18: 41 New
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            The contract died after "Cream is ours!" . Sanctions and refusal of the main partner as the Italian ENI ... Very conveniently everything will fall on the Bulgarian head.
  3. Vend 27 February 2020 12: 41 New
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    Political will had to be shown before going under the EU and the USA.
    1. Vladimir_6 27 February 2020 13: 24 New
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      Quote: Wend
      Political will had to be shown before going under the EU and the USA.

      Bulgarians, Poles and Balts dreamed of getting rich in Russophobia. Tried to please the owners.
      As they say: They ate, drank, had fun. It's time to cry.
  4. pytar 27 February 2020 13: 16 New
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    cooperate with Luke!

    Lukoil "cooperated"with some workaholic from the ministries ... And for a long time he evaded taxes. In 2018, taking advantage of its monopoly position, it raised fuel prices. Protest rallies took place throughout the country, and the Premier caught up with the tax! And Lukoil at once lowered prices! laughing

  • g1washntwn 27 February 2020 11: 10 New
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    Discounts are a relic of Soviet help. Claws tore from the Soviets to capitalism? Scoop a full spoon.
    And these 8 in connection with what such a luxury received? What kind of merit is not in the "free self-regulatory market"?
    1. Major Yurik 27 February 2020 11: 26 New
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      The Bulgarian president is outraged by the fact that of the eight European countries involved in the gas business of the European Commission in relation to Gazprom, only Bulgaria did not receive a discount on gas. He considers it unacceptable that Sofia pays twice as much for Russian gas as it should.

      Use Yankesovsky gas three times a day for a tablespoon! For more denyushek not enough! yes
      1. pytar 27 February 2020 12: 01 New
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        Use Yankesovsky gas three times a day for a tablespoon! For more denyushek not enough!

        Already bought. It turned out to be 30% cheaper than Gazprom's ... The ancient Greek philosophers Aristotle were quoted on the poster: Αριστοτέλης φιλόσοφος. So, there’s definitely the "Greek connection"! bully Bulgaria bought back 20% of the shares of the LNG terminal in Alexandroupoli. The pipe from it is already connected to the Bulgarian gas transmission network. We also agreed on the supply of 1 billion square meters. Azerbaijani gas, which covers 30% of the country's needs. In short, Gazprom’s monopoly is broken. He will not be able to twist the hands of consumers further. Well, not at the expense of Russian ... yes
        1. Amateur 27 February 2020 12: 36 New
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          In short, Gazprom’s monopoly is broken. He will not be able to twist the hands of consumers further.

          In order not to further offend the Bulgarian brothers, Gazprom should be prohibited from selling gas to Bulgaria. Let the little brothers live with cheap American gas. They can also organize re-export to Okraine. fool
          1. pytar 27 February 2020 13: 53 New
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            In order not to further offend the Bulgarian brothers, Gazprom should be prohibited from selling gas to Bulgaria.

            Great! good And not only to the Bulgarians, but also to the entire European Union! Not a single bucket of gas should go to them! yes
          2. Bagatur 27 February 2020 18: 42 New
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            Gas .. gas .... but something else you eat?
        2. Piramidon 27 February 2020 13: 31 New
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          It turned out to be 30% cheaper than Gazprom

          Did Trump tell you this? Remove the vermicelli from your ears and do not transfer it here. LNG cannot be cheaper than pipeline.
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            Did Trump tell you this?

            No, Stepan ... not Trump said ... laughing Information is public, the tender was.
          2. pytar 27 February 2020 14: 19 New
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            LNG cannot be cheaper than pipeline.

            At cost can not. But at the market price it can, if the pipes sell gas at a very high price! yes How Gazprom has done so far. bully
        3. orionvitt 27 February 2020 14: 35 New
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          Quote: pytar
          agreed on the supply of 1 billion sq.m. Azerbaijani gas

          Only through Turkey? So the Turks themselves are not enough, they consume everything that reaches them. It feels like you are there in Bulgaria, living in the looking glass. And even American gas is the cheapest for you. laughing
          1. pytar 27 February 2020 15: 35 New
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            So the Turks themselves are not enough, they consume everything that reaches them.

            Well, yes, for that they reduced the purchase of gas from Gazprom by a third ... And for that, the originally planned 4 TP pipes were abandoned, so it alone is.
            It feels like you are there in Bulgaria, living in the looking glass.

            The feeling lets you down ... It’s you in some kind of looking glass. True, not all, but part of society, for sure. And this is not an empty statement. I’m often in the Russian Federation, I see myself ...
            And even American gas is the cheapest for you.

            Since Gazprom was expensive because of the monopoly, even the American on the ego background is cheaper!
            1. orionvitt 27 February 2020 15: 48 New
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              I’m often in the Russian Federation, I see myself ...

              Yeah, on the Internet. You are generally well done, compared Russia with Bulgaria. This is not compared by any criteria. Except for people. What’s the way with the monuments to Russian soldiers liberators? Defile?
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                Yeah, on the Internet.

                Russian relatives. Serious thing ... if I understand what ...laughing
                You are generally well done, compared Russia with Bulgaria. This is not compared by any criteria.

                I just mentioned the difference in perceptions and mentality. bully
                What’s the way with the monuments to Russian soldiers liberators? Defile?

                If we judge by the mirror-like "news" from rus-media, then that's what we are doing! We paint monuments day and night! How far reality is from this, you can judge by the fact that over 20 years, cases of vandalism are not more than 17 so-called. "Soviet". And not one from the Russians! lol Still, we are living in the real world, building new ones! 530 tuned, so over the past 15-20 years, another 12-14 were built. I personally participate in some projects. hi
                1. orionvitt 27 February 2020 16: 58 New
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                  that for 20 years, cases of vandalism no more than 17 so-called "Soviet"

                  If the "so-called Soviet", then off we go. Excuses not accepted. Anti-Soviet, always Russophobe.
                  1. pytar 27 February 2020 18: 01 New
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                    If the "so-called Soviet", then off we go.

                    Mdaa ... these are our Bulgarian monuments. Protected by law, which guarantees their preservation, no matter who has an opinion.
                    Excuses not accepted.

                    Yes, no one served them! Once again, we reach the mirror-like perception ... laughing
                    Anti-Soviet, always Russophobe.

                    This is your opinion, others have something else.
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                Everything is fine with the Monuments of the Liberators 1877-1878! Well, with the monuments to the 1944 occupants there are problems ....
                1. orionvitt 27 February 2020 23: 42 New
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                  with the monuments to the occupiers of 1944 there are problems

                  Respond for the invaders. Chistyuli. Remind which side was Bulgaria during WWII. And if you jump over in time, this does not mean anything.
                  1. Bagatur 28 February 2020 14: 11 New
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                    I will answer for calling things with real names. Yeah ... when together with Hitler Pölsch we share it well ..... When others have relations with Germany, is it bad?
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                      I will answer for calling things with real names

                      These are not “real names,” these are weak attempts to make excuses, stemming from your corruption and worthlessness. When there is nothing to say, they slide into cheap Polish and Ukrainian demagogy. Do not be like, otherwise it’s funny.
                      When others have a relationship with Germany is its bad?
                      Do not anger the people. Remind me of the Nuremberg Tribunal? You are lucky that having put in your pants, during the war, surrendering, you promptly jumped from responsibility. Together with Romanians and Finns. But we all remember. The defendant was found.
    2. kapitan92 27 February 2020 11: 28 New
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      And these 8 in connection with what such a luxury received? What kind of merit is not in the "free self-regulatory market"?

      Gazprom PJSC has been irreconcilably defending oil indexation for many years; according to the results of three quarters of 2019, the share of hub indexation in the structure of gas export sales of Gazprom amounted to 56,7%, while binding to oil prices in its pure form remains only in 16,5% of contracts, the share of spot contracts will only increase, as this "corresponds to the trends of the market."
      The formula for linking to the cost of oil was beneficial to Gazprom, but times have changed. The courts in Europe were lost, an ultimatum was presented to Gazprom, and these 8 got such a luxury.
      Quote: g1washntwn
      Discounts are a relic of Soviet help. Claws tore from the Soviets to capitalism? Scoop a full spoon.

      "Discounts" in this situation are the fulfillment by Gazprom of its obligations to European consumers and the consequence of the documents signed by Gazprom.
      Better to "throw off" than to lose market share in the European market.
      The article is late!
      PJSC Gazprom intends to change the price component of the gas contract with Bulgaria
      This change is aimed at changing the existing oil reference to the cost of gas supplied to Bulgaria for the use of indexation based on the cost of gas in Western European hubs.

      This will reduce the cost of Russian gas to Bulgaria by at least 50%, and it will be about $ 140 per thousand cubic meters.

      PJSC Gazprom would still have to change the formula for calculating the cost of gas in the contract due to the obligations assumed to the EC (European Commission) as part of the settlement of the antitrust investigation.

      Material from 12.02.20g hi
      1. maxim947 27 February 2020 11: 46 New
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        Better to "throw off" than to lose market share in the European market.

        This is a no brainer, but everywhere there are reasonable boundaries. Do not double the same fold. In my opinion, everyone just wants to fuck us, that's all morality. Our import is becoming more expensive, their prices are getting cheaper - that’s the essence of the scheme, and all this is confused with all kinds of “smart” garbage, indices and the rest.
        1. kapitan92 27 February 2020 11: 53 New
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          Quote: maxim947
          Better to "throw off" than to lose market share in the European market.

          This is a no brainer, but everywhere there are reasonable boundaries. Do not double the same fold. In my opinion, everyone just wants to fuck us, that's all morality. Our import is becoming more expensive, their prices are getting cheaper - that’s the essence of the scheme, and all this is confused with all kinds of “smart” garbage, indices and the rest.

          Everything is a little wrong! There was an antitrust investigation by the European Commission and Gazprom made a commitment to change the gas cost calculation scheme. . Move away from the oil peg in contracts to the price of spot markets in Europe. Gazprom is pulling - it is profitable for him, but the decision has already been made and prices will be reduced. President Radev knows this, and then you need to PR before your political opponents in Bulgaria. hi
          1. pytar 27 February 2020 12: 18 New
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            Everything is a little wrong! There was an antitrust investigation by the European Commission and Gazprom made a commitment to change the gas cost calculation scheme. . Move away from the oil peg in contracts to the price of spot markets in Europe.

            Dear Vyacheslav, you are absolutely right! hiBriefly and accurately explained the situation.
            Gazprom is pulling - it is profitable for him, but the decision has already been made and prices will be reduced.

            He pulls it, but a misunderstanding obliged Gazprom to bring prices to market prices since April 2019! He still has not done this in relation to Bulgaria! As a result, Bulgargaz stated that he would sue! In this case, Gazprom will have to pay even forfeits for the slowdowns!
            President Radev knows this, and then you need to PR before your political opponents in Bulgaria.

            All right! You write everything correctly! good I'm in my post below the branches, gave an explanation.
            1. Malyuta 27 February 2020 15: 34 New
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              He pulls it, but a misunderstanding obliged Gazprom to bring prices to market prices since April 2019! He still has not done this in relation to Bulgaria! As a result, Bulgargaz stated that he would sue! In this case, Gazprom will have to pay even forfeits for the slowdowns!

              That's right, there are international trade rules and market prices.
      2. Malyuta 27 February 2020 11: 49 New
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        "Discounts" in this situation are Gazprom's fulfillment of its obligations to European consumers and the consequence of documents signed by Gazprom. It is better to "throw off" than to lose market share in the European market.

        it’s hard for local urrry-racers to explain, and sometimes impossible.
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          it’s hard for local urrry-racers to explain, and sometimes impossible.

          Alas! I have to agree with you!
          We will not all be "under this comb," but there are enough of them.
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          Like youhard to explain, and sometimes impossible"(pluses about your comment as confirmation) ... that the European legislation is being rewritten if and when it is beneficial to the European consumer. And the process of twisting the supplier’s hands is already a consequence. And the process of blackmail is continuous. Not binding to oil, it’s necessarily a different supplier and transit, and other "fair competition."
          1. Malyuta 27 February 2020 15: 30 New
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            And the process of twisting the arms of the supplier is already a consequence. And the process of this blackmail is continuous. Not pegging to oil, it’s surely a different supplier and transit company and other “fair competition”.

            Fair competition? Our suppliers are used to dictating conditions in the domestic market, because it simply does not exist! On external world markets, the story is completely different, if the price of oil falls, then why should someone pay more for oil belonging to our oligarchs than it costs all over the world? The local peoples living in geyevropu simply do not understand the unreasonable increase in prices and demolish the government, and if you need all the power to hell. There you are not here!
            1. g1washntwn 28 February 2020 07: 06 New
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              "difficult to explain, and sometimes impossible" - your thesis works against you and your "plusers".
              What does it have to do with oil, the domestic market and other non-economic offtopic definitions. They threw a set of pseudo-political clichés to their supporters and scattered most of it with a fan. Thinner and more intelligence must be invested in the work, "there you are not here!".
              The pegging to oil prices suited everyone and everyone worked on this pricing scheme. Exactly until the time came to press the main supplier. That’s the whole generalized “free market” scheme. A competitive market in its pure uncluttered view is a priori impossible. Why is the topic of a separate lesson.
  • Barmaleyka 27 February 2020 11: 11 New
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    Bulgarian president dissatisfied with gas price talks with Russia
    buy from mattresses, it will be cheaper, but in general, ideally
    not gas
    1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 11: 53 New
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      Quote: Barmaleyka
      Bulgarian president dissatisfied with gas price talks with Russia
      buy from mattresses, it will be cheaper
      Ears from here?
      1. bessmertniy 27 February 2020 12: 00 New
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        And add a tail to them, which perfectly comes in and out. wassat
  • Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 11: 15 New
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    The "South Stream" was profiled, the son of a neighbor at the dacha lived in Varna for three months on a barge, waiting for the Bulgarians to ripen. Not ripe, America obeyed. Now even American gas carriers will not be able to buy gas. Let America demand to compensate for the difference in price.

    How beautiful it turns out ... I would have told them directly who - for which they are all.

    Germany is harmful, but smart, because the northern streams are being built. Turkey is vile, but also smart, because a pipe is being built in Turkey. And the Bulgarians learn from Ukraine - greedy, obedient to America, but stupid. Ukraine pays for stupidity - and these "non-ladies" will be.
    1. SanSanych Gusev 27 February 2020 11: 22 New
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      So Ukraine is not so bad with gas and price
      1. g1washntwn 27 February 2020 11: 42 New
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        So Ukraine is not so bad with gas and price

        Because the "party policy" mistakenly thinks that there people and power are something different. If the people there were like people think and care about him in the Kremlin, long ago ... eh. something radically changed. You can continue to deceive yourself further about the friendship of peoples, a common past, etc. But if in the past there was milk, and today kefir, then tomorrow what turns out back will not become milk. As there is in the song: "Stuffing is impossible to crank back ...". The future needs to be built from the present, from the past only experience is useful.
        1. Malyuta 27 February 2020 11: 59 New
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          If the people there were like people think and care about him in the Kremlin, long ago ... eh. something radically changed. You can continue to deceive yourself further about the friendship of peoples, a unified past, etc.

          The brotherhood of peoples and mutual assistance remained in our glorious socialist past. And now for what is capitalist Bulgaria a member of the European Union supposed to make concessions to the capitalist RF?
      2. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 12: 04 New
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        So Ukraine is not so bad with gas and price

        Given the fact that Ukraine has made a POLITICAL decision on a 15% discount on gas for the population, the price reached a four-year low of 5,34103 UAH. (in Kiev, for example). Exactly 2 times more than for me on the Volga per cubic meter on the counter.
        https://index.minfin.com.ua/tariff/gas/

        Not so bad ... laughing
        1. SanSanych Gusev 27 February 2020 12: 18 New
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          It's funny to you?
          1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 13: 43 New
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            So Ukraine is everything not so bad with gas and price

            Quote: SanSanych Gusev
            It's funny to you?

            I’m funny that "not so bad".

            But my relatives in the Dnipropetrovsk region, probably not at all funny.
            But they "support and approve the policy of the party and the government" - I call them, they yell into the phone "WHY DO YOU ATTACK US!?!?! ???" and are disconnected. So let them be sad.
    2. cniza 27 February 2020 11: 37 New
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      Germany is harmful, but smart, because the northern streams are being built. Turkey is vile, but also smart, because a pipe is being built in Turkey. And the Bulgarians learn from Ukraine - greedy, obedient to America, but stupid. Ukraine pays for stupidity - and these "non-ladies" will be.


      In general, they voluntarily drove themselves to a rake.
    3. pytar 27 February 2020 12: 09 New
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      Now even American gas carriers will not be able to buy gas. Let America demand compensation for the price difference ... Bulgarians ... greedy, obedient to America, but stupid.

      Info above ... Bought and this year ordered even more. Prices for the Yankees are 30% lower. And why? Yes, because Gazprom’s high! 3 skins are removed from consumers! Zhadin turns out to be Gazprom, no matter how tales told about him there!
      1. vadimtt 27 February 2020 13: 19 New
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        Gazprom with you is still divine, it sells only two times more expensive laughing
        Locals charge a price for pulling the pipe to the house, which is cheaper to heat with diesel fuel for 50 years than with "cheap" gas laughing
        1. pytar 27 February 2020 13: 55 New
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          Gazprom with you is still divine, it sells only two times more expensive. The locals charge a price for pulling the pipe to the house, which is cheaper to heat with diesel fuel for 50 years than with "cheap" gas

          For monopolists it is always like that! 3 skins will be removed from you! And they won’t even ask who “ours” are here, who are “yours”! For them there is no difference! Loot is more important! yes
  • rocket757 27 February 2020 11: 15 New
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    Everyone wants ... but to whom that breaks off, we will see.
    1. cniza 27 February 2020 11: 36 New
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      At the first stage, everyone, and then the binding and replenishment of all losses ...
      1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 12: 07 New
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        At the first stage, everyone, and then the binding and replenishment of all losses ...

        As Satanovsky once said about the Ukrainian gas contract
        Gazprom is always ready to lose 3 billion if later it returns at least six
        1. cniza 27 February 2020 12: 12 New
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          Like that ... yes
        2. Avior 27 February 2020 13: 15 New
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          The first part of the statement definitely came true, and the second is something not very smile
          1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 13: 32 New
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            The first part of the statement definitely came true, and the second is something not very smile

            But do not worry, and the second part will come true. Gazprom also knows how to count money and studied mathematics at school.

            And further. If our interests of the state were ensured by Gazprom, then perhaps Gazprom would have lost 3 billion and Ukraine, by the way, would have frozen out a long time ago. But our state stands guard over the interests of Gazprom, and therefore, Ukraine will have gas and Gazprom will receive its 6 billion.
  • knn54 27 February 2020 11: 18 New
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    An attempt to reduce costs under other contracts (Azerbaijan, Qatar). Everybody wants to earn.
    And after all, they will receive a “transit”, however.
  • Vladimir_2U 27 February 2020 11: 19 New
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    Sadness is trouble, cheaply, and preferably for nothing, the Russians do not want to give gas. He is such a capitol; he does not always work against Russia.
  • My_log_in 27 February 2020 11: 31 New
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    Have you completed your part of the pipe? Then come and bargain ...
    1. cniza 27 February 2020 11: 35 New
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      It was necessary not to reject the southern stream at the "request" of the stripes.
    2. pytar 27 February 2020 12: 24 New
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      Have you completed your part of the pipe?

      What do you care? The pipe is ours! wassat
      Then come and bargain ...

      A month ago, a delegation from the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation and Gazprom came to Sofia. To negotiate, bargain ... Agree, do not hesitate ... Salvage is a good incentive ... laughing
  • cniza 27 February 2020 11: 34 New
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    He considers it unacceptable that Sofia pays twice as much for Russian gas as it should.


    Well, the appetites of the little brothers ...
  • Rostislav 27 February 2020 11: 34 New
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    He considers it unacceptable that Sofia pays twice as much for Russian gas, what should[i] [/ i]

    Interestingly, he himself determined how much “should” pay Russia for gas? Or will it be decided in Washington, as the South Stream decided, and he will voice it?
  • pytar 27 February 2020 11: 38 New
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    According to Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, negotiations with Russia on reducing gas prices are not being conducted as they should. ... Radev believes that the negotiation strategy that the Bulgarian side adheres to today does not allow achieving the desired results. This leads the president to doubts about the competence of his energy minister, Temenuzhka Petkova, and gives reason to think about the quality of her work.

    President Radev is a nominee of the opposition party of Bulgarian Socialists. Premier Borisov from the ruling Coat of Arms. Between them from the very beginning, the relationship is conflicting. Exacerbated especially in the last month, they are constantly attacking each other. It came to direct accusations and the publication of incriminating evidence. This passage of Radev’s remarks should be considered from the point of view of the internal political struggle in Bulgaria.
    The Bulgarian president is outraged by the fact that of the eight European countries involved in the "gas business" of the European Commission in relation to Gazprom, only Bulgaria did not receive discount for gas. He considers it unacceptable that Sofia pays twice as much for Russian gas as it should. At the same time, Radev expressed the hope that soon Bulgaria will receive discountbecause it will be beneficial for both Bulgarian families and the country's economy, which will become more competitive.

    Then the author of the article translated Radev’s incorrect statements into Russian! The exact text is: "From the axles of rust, the co-object of the gas business between Gazprom and the EC, Bulgaria itself did not receive asking for price. The reality of the cloak is almost two times in price for the gas from Russia, which is unacceptable “... Do not rust the head, express hope in the near future, let the country receive asking for price.... "
    "asking for price" in case no meaning of the word "discount", and bringing / reducing / prices in accordance with the contracts! There is a difference, a discount is an additional reduction, a decrease in an already set price, a concession, a relaxation! Gazprom was supposed to switch to market prices starting in August 2019. Until now, it had been selling gas to Bulgaria on the basis of long-term contracts, with conditionally fixed prices and quantities. The country was due to conclude new agreements before the end of 2019! Gazprom is pulling with this ...
    And how much is it good for Russian families to scatter such discounts? Although who Russian families in this case asks ...

    "National treasure," is not so national ... But this is a topic for internal Russian discussion. Bulgarian President must think of Bulgarian families! Which does! He is well done! good
    1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 12: 27 New
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      Bulgarian President must think of Bulgarian families! Which does!

      With all due respect to the Bulgarians of the SOVIET sample, to the "little brothers", and not to those who were going to demolish the "Alyosha".

      Your president should have thought of Bulgarian families when, for the sake of America, he abandoned the South Stream.
      And now, complaints about the price of gas - to the US State Department, please.
      Let America carry gas to you with gas carriers if the Turks suddenly miss. Could Germany sell gas - did not want to. Now you will buy gas through the Germans from us. They got into the puddle themselves, and now, as usual, Russia is to blame badly.

      Remind about the Belene NPP? Russia was almost ready to build it for tomatoes. What did you scream? "Down with the Soviet totalitarian"? "America will give us everything"? Dala?

      Nothing, we’re already used to it, we’re not upset.

      And you, "nebratushkam", only "Bulgaria Uber Alles" remained ... And, most importantly, the place "right" was found where to speak ... Ugh ...
      Ingratitude is one of the worst sins, in my opinion.
      1. pytar 27 February 2020 13: 40 New
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        With all due respect to the Bulgarians of the SOVIET sample, to the "little brothers", and not to those who were going to demolish the "Alyosha".

        A pair of anti-communists in the Plovdiv Community Council in the 90s. It did not work out for them, the people stood up in defense of Alyosha. Parliament passed a law declaring the monument a national historical heritage. They repaired it 4-5 years ago, and in 2019 they improved the entire hill. The project cost is 70 million rubles (translated).
        Your president should have thought of Bulgarian families when, for the sake of America, he abandoned the South Stream.

        Not the President, but the Prime Minister. The President performs other functions ... But the Premier thought about the Bolg. seeds and made the right decision! To build UP in violation of Union laws would lead to multibillion-dollar losses and a crisis in the economy.
        And now, complaints about the price of gas - to the US State Department, please.

        I am glad that you shared with your ideas. laughing Unfortunately, they are dramatically at odds with reality. It is so with your whole post! Claims are sent to the court, as prescribed in the contracts. What Bulgargaz has already warned ...
        Remind about the Belene NPP? Russia was almost ready to build it for tomatoes.

        I accept your note as a failed joke! laughing During construction, the initial price rose from $ 1,5 billion to $ 10 billion. Now there is a tender, the participants are building doge at their own expense and without a state guarantee for the purchase of electricity. Rossatom candidate, he insists!
        And you, "non-ladies", only "Bulgaria Uber Alles" remained ... And, most importantly, the place "right" was found where to speak ...

        Zoldat_A, "uber ales" is very suitable for you! good Seriously, I'm not joking! Just converges with a nickname! yes
        1. Zoldat_A 27 February 2020 14: 07 New
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          Zoldat_A, "uber ales" is very suitable for you! Seriously, I'm not joking! Just converges with a nickname!

          Especially for you, Boyan! I repeat. Everyone who needs it already knows about it.

          When my father, Lieutenant Colonel of the Airborne Forces, registered here, it was either not possible with the Cyrillic alphabet, or he did not succeed. Soldat, Soldier and something like that was busy. So he decided to insert Z.

          Unfortunately, you don’t ask your father anymore - he was gone last December. And the people who knew him here at VO convinced me not to re-register, but to continue.

          And further. It’s not me on the monument to Alyosha who wrote “Bulgaria over everything” and not Mongolia, but Bulgaria fought against Russia in two world wars. And not Mozambique, but Bulgaria forgot how much Russian blood was shed in its land.
          Therefore, it is not for the Bulgarian to remind me, the fighter for his country, the heir of his father and grandfather, who fought for his country, about “Uber Alles”!
          1. pytar 27 February 2020 14: 30 New
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            When my father, Lieutenant Colonel of the Airborne Forces, registered here, it was either not possible with the Cyrillic alphabet, or he did not succeed. Soldat, Soldier and something like that was busy. So he decided to insert Z.

            In this case, I personally apologize to you! hi
            Not I wrote on the monument to Alyosha "Bulgaria over the sun"

            And not me, and not those 7 million who live in Bulgaria. The inscription made only one half-wit, which is in all countries!
            and Bulgaria fought against Russia in two world wars

            Not Bulgaria fought against the Republic of Ingushetia in 1MB, but the Republic of Ingushetia fought against Bulgaria, on Bulgarian land, among Bulgarian villages and villages!
            In 2MB did not fight. Maintained norms of diplomatic relations.
            If you have other data, share with the facts - where when how?
            and Bulgaria forgot how much Russian blood was shed in its land.

            I didn’t forget. Bulgaria is a monument recorder in honor of Russia. You forgot it! I rarely see Russians near these monuments, while the beaches are full of them!
            Therefore, it is not for the Bulgarian to remind me, the fighter for his country, the heir of his father and grandfather, who fought for his country, about “Uber Alles”!

            You have to remind, otherwise you are confused in the events! By the way, without endorsing anyone from here, I want to remind you that the hero is only the one who committed heroism! Often the heirs are very different from their ancestors ... hi
  • Andrei Nikolaevich 27 February 2020 11: 40 New
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    This Bulgarian is a naive guy .. He thinks he flew to the GDP, smiled and everyone forgot everything? ..
  • usr01 27 February 2020 12: 02 New
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    It is unhappy. What time!
    There is an old joke -
    "... a big bazaar, walk around, bargain ..." (c) laughing
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  • 75 Sergey 27 February 2020 12: 11 New
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    Maybe it's time to stop trading in oil and gas, that this business ceases to generate income ....
  • Bagatur 27 February 2020 12: 20 New
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    Not so important is the opinion of Radev .... he has no legal capacity!
  • Amateur 27 February 2020 12: 29 New
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    Bulgarian president outraged by the fact that of the eight European countries involved in the "gas business" of the European Commission in relation to Gazprom, only Bulgaria did not receive a discount on gas. He considers it unacceptable that Sofia pays twice as much for Russian gas as it should.

    I would be happy. that they talk to him at all. Treacherous country.
  • rotkiv04 27 February 2020 12: 42 New
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    Gazprom terpels will bend, a little bit only let the bubbles go like with poop
  • Lord of the Sith 27 February 2020 12: 47 New
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    Be good, there will be a discount. Not for beautiful eyes give a discount?
    Anyway, the Bulgarian president is not a figure to resent.
  • Ros 56 27 February 2020 12: 57 New
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    I don’t understand, well, I don’t like it, there are striped ones, take liquid gas from them in buckets. Why face crooked. For good, such figures generally need to be sent, far and for a long time.
  • Victor March 47 27 February 2020 12: 59 New
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    Well, stuffed cabbage used to be, rose oil, jokes exported from Gabrovo. And I don’t remember anymore. request

    You missed it. The international integration of the CMEA countries had jointly adopted plans for economic cooperation. Bulgaria actively participated in industrial relations, produced small computers (prototypes of computers), electrical engineering, electronics, communications, agricultural products — tobacco was almost all from Bulgaria, vegetables, fruits .... It focused on nuclear energy. We supplied energy resources, metals, materials, covered the country with our nuclear umbrella. The interaction of the armies, special services .... Only lazy does not write about tourism.
    And all to hell. But at least everything fell into place. A friend who was always ready to betray became an enemy.
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      But at least everything fell into place.

      Yes. yes
    2. Bagatur 27 February 2020 18: 51 New
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      But tell me, please .... where did you decide to dissolve the SEV and VD? In Sofia or Moscow? You lost the Cold War, raised flags with your linen, removed the banter in Molta ... then your allies said, save yourself as you can. Now blame anyone you want but first of all look at yourself
  • Victor March 47 27 February 2020 13: 08 New
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    Ingratitude is one of the worst sins, in my opinion.

    Betrayal is worse. Judah did his work, and realizing what he had done, he hanged himself. Having committed one sin, he committed a mortal, unforgivable sin. Bulgaria betrayed many times. God's judgment is ahead of her.
  • Guru 27 February 2020 14: 12 New
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    He considers it unacceptable that Sofia pays twice as much for Russian gas as it should.

    Well, I do not like it, so do not take it.
    And how much is it good for Russian families to scatter such discounts? Although who Russian families in this case asks ...

    Do Russian families get something? I think that Gazprom shareholders, who are mostly foreigners, get it.
  • My_log_in 27 February 2020 14: 16 New
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    Have you completed your part of the pipe?

    What do you care? The pipe is ours! wassat
    Then come and bargain ...

    A month ago, a delegation from the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation and Gazprom came to Sofia. To negotiate, bargain ... Agree, do not hesitate ... Salvage is a good incentive ... laughing

    just not to be rude wink no pipe - no gas tongue
  • evgen1221 27 February 2020 14: 22 New
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    Since the 90th year, you only hear from every iron about discounts when buying our gas. But when buying oil for some reason do not do discounts? It’s anti -rest, and why is it for gas, we are obliged to do discounts, about the fact that someone else makes discounts, something is not heard in the mass media.
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    He considers it unacceptable that Sofia pays twice as much for Russian gas as it should.

    And betrayal is generally expensive for a traitor, so be content with what you are offered. The times when you were "little brothers" sunk into oblivion by your grace, so don’t whine and rejoice at what "non-brother" offers you.
  • Aliken 27 February 2020 15: 58 New
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    No discounts. Russophobes traitors.
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  • Mentat 27 February 2020 19: 07 New
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    Use Yankesovsky gas three times a day for a tablespoon! For more denyushek not enough!

    Already bought. It turned out to be 30% cheaper than Gazprom's ... The ancient Greek philosophers Aristotle were quoted on the poster: Αριστοτέλης φιλόσοφος. So, there’s definitely the "Greek connection"! bully Bulgaria bought back 20% of the shares of the LNG terminal in Alexandroupoli. The pipe from it is already connected to the Bulgarian gas transmission network. We also agreed on the supply of 1 billion square meters. Azerbaijani gas, which covers 30% of the country's needs. In short, Gazprom’s monopoly is broken. He will not be able to twist the hands of consumers further. Well, not at the expense of Russian ... yes

    You yourself do not understand what nonsense you write?
    If this were so, why continue negotiations with Gazprom? - went and bought 30% cheaper silently and has no more business with Gazprom, why such a high price, if there is a third lower?

    Instead, they even remove a senior official from the negotiations. The President (!) Of Bulgaria publicly expresses dissatisfaction.

    So you, the dearest Bulgarian propagandist, demonstrate only the weakness of your attempts to make a happy face in a bad situation.
    1. pytar 27 February 2020 19: 52 New
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      You yourself do not understand what nonsense you write?

      Soooo ... let's figure it out ... bully
      If this were so, why continue negotiations with Gazprom? - went and bought 30% cheaper silently and has no more business with Gazprom, why such a high price, if there is a third lower?

      1. Until now, Gazprom had a monopoly! There was nothing to talk about! How to say! 2.Diversification has happened! There are already other suppliers! We are negotiating! Who offers a lower price, from that we buy!
      3. Normal market! Gazprom is one of the weighty games in it! The game for offenders is played in kindergarten! Do you understand?
      So you, the dearest Bulgarian propagandist, demonstrate only the weakness of your attempts to make a happy face in a bad situation.

      I am an ordinary citizen. I like when prices go down. You can continue to be rude. You won’t impress me. I assure you! yes
  • Victor March 47 27 February 2020 19: 15 New
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    But tell me, please .... where did you decide to dissolve the SEV and VD? In Sofia or Moscow? You lost the Cold War, raised flags with your linen, removed the banter in Molta ... then your allies said, save yourself as you can. Now blame anyone you want but first of all look at yourself

    Dissolving an alliance is not something to enter into another, hostile. If the vile want to join the ECONOMIC Union, then who is stopping them? But to join the military_ this is betrayal. Russia in 1991 itself experienced a disaster. And to give you, what we no longer had, do you want this? What do you mean, lost? It was you who pulled a heavy load of nutritious juices from the USSR. Until the tit has dried, they have eaten three throats, ..... such. When the tit has dried, they boldly and amicably began to bite. And become enemies.
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      . If the vile want to join the ECONOMIC Union, then who is stopping them? But to join the military_ this is betrayal.

      Betrayal?
      And that Bulgaria swore eternal love and friendship?
      Throwing Bulgaria. is not your betrayal your closest ally?
      Quote: Victor March 47
      Russia in 1991 itself experienced a disaster. And to give you, what we no longer had, do you want this?

      no.
      It’s like being married. parted. everyone is free to choose a mate.
      Or will you stand up in the pose of your ex-spouse and yell, you betrayed me, married another crying
      Dosvidos - divorced - by the way at the initiative of the spouse wink

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      It was you who pulled a heavy load of nutritious juices from the USSR.

      so rejoice. not betrayed - saved. fellow
      Quote: Victor March 47
      When the tit has dried, they boldly and amicably began to bite. And become enemies.

      here are the people. Well, just everyone owes you a coffin of life.
      just dragged from the unfortunate belay
      if so, everything was good with the USSR. well, from the Union everyone jumped in a jump 7
      Incidentally, including 14 republics - 14 sisters. left the oldest one.
  • Victor March 47 27 February 2020 19: 26 New
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    Be good, there will be a discount. Not for beautiful eyes give a discount?
    Anyway, the Bulgarian president is not a figure to resent.

    Discounts to the enemy? Not when!
    1. pytar 27 February 2020 19: 56 New
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      Discounts to the enemy? Not when!

      Miller thought and said: Yes, they are not enemies, not enemies! bully
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  • faterdom 28 February 2020 00: 31 New
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    I don’t even understand from - but are we happy that he is unhappy? Or are we unhappy that he is unhappy?
    Ah, got it! We are violet, he is satisfied, or dissatisfied. His private affair.
  • Victor zibert 28 February 2020 12: 26 New
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    These corrupt creatures don't want anything else ?!