Denmark slows construction, undermining investor confidence, reported NOVA TV.
The Nord Stream-2 developer has asked Denmark for a third permit for the construction of the pipeline.
The third application has been applied to the environmental impact assessment. It covers a route that is entirely in the Danish exclusive economic zone south of the island of Bornholm.
Gazprom's exports to the so-called Trans-Balkan gas pipeline (through Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria to Turkey) declined in the first three weeks of February compared with January's average daily indicator. According to Bulgartransgaz data, the daily load of the Malkochlar border gas station for the second half of the month was about 3.3 million cubic meters, which is 6 times less.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva goes on a two-day visit to Warsaw at the invitation of his Polish counterpart, Jacek Chaptutovic.
The two will discuss the development of bilateral relations in the context of the 100th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic contacts between Bulgaria and Poland.
According to the German broadcaster, after fierce US messages, an important vote in the European Union is up on Friday.
The agency quotes German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung, that writes the French government allegedly wants to backtrack on its support to the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, because the project is a "strategic problem" in tense relations with Moscow.