Bulgaria should open a round of talks with Russian state energy giant Gazprom to resume natural gas flows that have been cut since April, the Balkan country’s acting energy minister said on Monday, after the government pledged to secure the necessary quantities ahead of winter, as reported by the Reuters agency.
Rosen Hristov did not say whether there have already been talks with the Russian company or if contacts are planned, but he said Sofia will hold talks this week with Azerbaijan to boost gas flows from that country, while also negotiating with gas traders from Turkey.
“Given the requests from businesses and unions, in fact talks with Gazprom on the resumption of flows are inevitable,” the Bulgarian minister stressed.
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