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Czech diplomats and politicians called on EU partners on Thursday to help stop Bulgaria from stripping majority state-owned CEZ of its license, newswires reported.
Martin Povejsil, Czech ambassador to the European Union, said his office informed Energy Commissioner Gunther Oettinger, Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia, Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule, Trade Commissioner Karel DeGucht and Internal Market Commissioner Michel Barnier of the situation in Bulgaria, where the just-resigned Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said on February 19 he would cancel CEZ's distribution licence after protests there over high electricity prices.
CEZ denies wrongdoing. It says higher utility bills are due to a cold winter and regulator-ordered price hikes in July 2012.
"Czech diplomacy is of course involved even though each and every one of its steps cannot be visible in the media," Povejsil said in a statement, giving no further details.
The Commission has declined to comment on the dispute.
Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas has called CEZ's situation politicised. Industry Minister Martin Kuba said it was alarming.
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