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MOSCOW, November 25. /TASS/. Gas project South Stream will guarantee energy stability in Southeast and Central Europe, Serbian Ambassador in Moscow Slavenko Terzic told a news conference on Tuesday.
“South Stream project was granted a status of national importance in Serbia,” the ambassador said. “We hope works on the project will begin as quickly as possible,” he added.
“The project is of national significance for us, the Serbian government considers it very important. All treaties with Russia were signed,” Terzic noted. “We are ready for cooperation, wait for our neighbours from Bulgaria, as they denied construction so far," he said.
Moscow and Brussels are debating the issue, he said. “We are fully ready for construction,” the ambassador noted.