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The EC gave the Green Light to Bulgaria's Recovery and Sustainability Plan

The European Commission is giving the green light to Bulgaria's Recovery and Sustainability Plan. This was stated by the president of the commission Ursula von der Leyen from the Granite Hall of the Council of Ministers in Sofia at a joint press conference with Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov, at which they presented the National Plan for Reconstruction and Sustainability of Bulgaria.

Βλαντιμίρ Πούτιν: Απειλεί με αντίποινα όσες «εχθρικές χώρες» εθνικοποιήσουν ρωσικά περιουσιακά στοιχεία

Ο Ρώσος πρόεδρος καταγγέλλει τις «πιέσεις» που δέχεται η Gazprom στην Ευρώπη

Bulgaria has received an official Request to Pay for Russian Gas in Rubles

Bulgaria has received an official letter from Gazprom demanding that the payment for Russian gas be in rubles. This was confirmed to Nova TV by Energy Minister Alexander Nikolov.

Our country agrees with the common position of the European Union that it will not comply with the change of currency.

Peskov: Payment for Russian Gas in Rubles will Being in early May

Payment for gas supplies in Russian rubles will be made from the end of the second half of April, or even early May. This was stated by Russian President's spokesman Dmitry Peskov, adding that supplies of Russian gas will not be suspended if buyers do not confirm payment in rubles by April 1.

Russia: Payment for Gas and Oil might not be in Rubles Right Away

Serbia Under Pressure to Join Sanctions Against Russia, Says Vucic

Aleksandar Vucic said on Monday evening that after Vladimir Putin's decision to recognise the Russian-backed Ukrainian rebel regions of Donetsk and Luhansk as independent states, Serbia is already facing pressure to impose sanctions on Russia, as the US and EU are expected to do.

Ukraine: Alarm in Athens for the country’s energy security

The route taken by Russian natural gas to reach our country, as well as the alternative sources of supply of this fuel, are the two main reasons why Greece appears reassuring in dealing with the possible consequences of a possible decision of Moscow to close the pipelines that cross Ukraine.

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