Serbia and Bulgaria discuss South Stream, Nis-Sofia gas interconnection and the completion of the section of Corridor 10

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and Speaker of Bulgarian Parliament Mihail Mikov highlighted the commitment of the two countries to build the closest relations possible because that is in the interest of the whole region. Dacic said at a joint press conference at the...

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Serbia and Bulgaria discuss South Stream, Nis-Sofia gas interconnection and the completion of the section of Corridor 10



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 24.07.2013

Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and Speaker of Bulgarian Parliament Mihail Mikov highlighted the commitment of the two countries to build the closest relations possible because that is in the interest of the whole region.
Dacic said at a joint press conference at the Serbian government that Serbia and Bulgaria should seek common interests because the two peoples are mutually connected. 
People from the sphere of politics should follow the spirit of good neighbourly relations and resolve open issues in a constructive way, he noted.
The Prime Minister of Serbia added that not only political, but economic cooperation as well should be intensified.
He recalled that the two countries have many joint projects, such as South Stream, Nis-Sofia gas interconnection and the completion of the section of Corridor 10 leading to Bulgaria, and pointed to the possibility of a joint participation of Bulgarian and Serbian companies on the third markets.
Foreign trade between Serbia and Bulgaria last year stood at more than €600 million, but it can be bigger, the Serbian Prime Minister stated.
According to him, what matters is to use Bulgaria’s experiences on the path towards the EU and Serbia is grateful to Sofia on the support it has given to our country during the decisive talks on the opening of accession negotiations with the EU.
Dacic added that he expects a visit of the new Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Plamen Oresharski, and confirmed that the Serbian government is ready to organise joint government sessions of the two countries once a year.
Mikov expressed satisfaction with the fact that his visit was organised in a moment that is so important for Serbia, taking into account the decision of the European Council.
We will continue to support the European path of Serbia which is clearly established, Mikov stated and added that the governments of the two countries have done a lot so that citizens could have concrete benefit from politicians’ decisions. Government


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