By Kostis Geropoulos
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is likely to use his upcoming visit to Serbia to breathe new life into the South Stream project. Putin will visit Slovenia on 22 March and Serbia on 23 March, the Russian embassies in Ljubljana and Belgrade confirmed to New Europe by phone on 11 March. Both countries are potential buyers of South Stream gas.
Putin also wouldn’t miss the opportunity to deliver a message to neighboring Bulgaria to make up its mind on the Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline project.
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