Greece and Bulgaria did not agree on joint building of nuclear power plant

The two sides did not agree – Bulgarian proposal was not accepted. Greece’s participation in the construction of a new nuclear plant in Bulgaria was assessed as financially unprofitable by financing the project with the conclusion of a multi-year bilateral contract for the import of electricity.

This is reported by OT information on the occasion of the recent visit to Athens of the Deputy Prime Minister of Bulgaria Hristo Alexiev and the Minister of Energy Rosen Christov and the meeting they had both with the political leadership of the Ministry of Environment and Energy and individually with private energy and infrastructure groups.

Sources state that the proposal made at the beginning of the year by the previous coalition government of Bulgaria for the construction of a new nuclear power plant in Belene with the participation of Greek companies (by concluding bilateral electricity supply contracts) was judged as financially unprofitable.

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