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The end of the year will be scorching for Europe, Bulgarian employers are urging Sofia to resume deliveries of Russian gas, according to an official.

Published on 28.8.2022


Previously, the Bulgarian Prime Minister had repeatedly stressed that he would not give in to pressure from Gazprom and therefore would not allow payment for the gas in roubles.

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TASS reports : The Bulgarian Minister of Economy has declared that negotiations with Russia’s Gazprom are inevitable to deliver gas and cope with its soaring price. And this despite many people complaining about the government’s decision, which may not please Europe, which wants to cut all ties with Russia. Bulgaria recently announced that it may resume talks with Russia regarding the purchase of its natural gas. This announcement was made against the backdrop of what politicians predicted would be a politically charged winter. This is due to the fact that a significant number of European governments agreed to follow the American decision to sanction Russia by refusing to buy their natural gas. As a result, several governments are preparing for the worst-case scenario.

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Recall that last April, Gazprom the Russian gas supplier informed Bulgaria that it would cut off their gas supply. Bulgaria was forced to heed this request; according to well-informed sources, this is because the country refused to pay for its gas in rubles, as Vladimir Putin had demanded.

On the same day that the Bulgarian government announced its decision to expel Russian gas, several companies in the country demanded its return. This was reported by the Russian News Agency Mug ; 25,000 companies reportedly attended a meeting with Bulgarian Economy Minister Kornelia Ninova. As noted in the same report, these companies accounted for 86% of Bulgaria’s gross domestic product and accounted for revenues of around $20 billion. Moreover, they employed almost 83% of Bulgarian workers.

As President of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, Ms Ninova announced that she would submit appropriate proposals to Parliament for consideration.

Outlining their proposals, representatives of employers’ organizations stressed that today there is no alternative to Russian gas, and insisted that Bulgaria fulfill its obligations under the agreement with Gazprom to pay natural gas in rubles.

They insisted that “they have no intention of paying extra for gas to new intermediaries” who will undertake to supply gas to Bulgaria, bypassing Gazprom. According to preliminary calculations, this would increase the cost of gas by more than 30%.

Previously Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov had repeatedly stressed that he would not give in to pressure from Gazprom and therefore would not allow payment for gas in rubles.

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