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Serbias' Prime Minister Ivica Dačić has said that cooperation with Russia in the energy sector is "a sensitive political and not just an economic issue."
Asked by reporters of B92 TV's Insajder (Insider) investigative show, Dačić said that it was "impossible that the government approved investment in the South Stream pipeline project without having documents to show what the money was actually spent on."
A new series of Insider, "Energy (dis)agreement", is currently being aired, and the first episode showed that the government does not have control of the use of the funds approved for South Stream.
In the past year, the government approved a budget of EUR 105 million as guarantees for Srbijagas to take loans for the implementation of the South Stream project. The Ministry of Energy asked Srbijagas for information about what this money was mean for, but did not obtain this data.
The prime minister and leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia, the party whose official Dušan Bajatović is also Srbijagas director, said that investments in the South Stream are a sensitive political issue reports B92.
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