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Georgia and Bulgaria are facing similar geopolitical challenges2012-04-02 12:19
Bulgarian delegation, headed by Prime Minister Boiko Borissov, met with Prime Minister of Georgia Nikoloz Gilauri April 1.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the IA Regnum, yesterday, Bulgarian delegation, headed by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, met with Prime Minister of Georgia Nikoloz Gilauri. At the meeting, they have signed several documents, including a memorandum on cooperation in the sphere of European and Euro-Atlantic integration. They discussed bilateral projects, the further development and deepening of trade relations between the two countries in other areas.
"Georgia and Bulgaria are implementing very important geo-strategic joint projects that would eventually link Europe to Asia, bypassing Russia", Prime Minister of Georgia Nikoloz Gilauri said after a meeting with Boyko Borisov. "Our countries have much in common, including our relations with Russia. Few days ago, Bulgaria's Prime Minister personally took two important decisions in regard to Russia. First - he stopped the construction of Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline in Bulgaria, financed by Russia. And the second - his decision to stop the construction of nuclear power plant in Bulgaria, which is also funded by Russia", the edition quoted Gilauri.
According to the Ekho Kavkaza, Georgian Prime Minister also announced the planned in the near future joint projects. "This is the export of electricity to Bulgaria through Turkey, as well as transit of liquid natural gas from the Caspian Sea to Bulgaria through Georgia", Gilauri said.
The two-day official visit of Boyko Borissov to Georgia started yesterday. During the visit, the Bulgarian Prime Minister will also meet with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and the Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia Ilia II.