Bulgarian, Serbian PMs discuss proprity infrastructure projects.

By bne IntelliNews April 27, 2010
During his official visit to Belgrade , Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov met with high-ranking Serbian officials, including President Boris Tadic and PM Mirko Cvetkovic, to discuss major infrastructure projects and organised crime issues. Borisov and his Serbian counterpart Cvetkovic discussed energy projects, mainly the construction of a hydropower plant on the river Danube, the construction of a gas pipeline linking the two countries, the completion of the Sofia-Nis highway by 2012 and Serbia 's possible participation in the construction of a nuclear power plant in Bulgaria . The two prime ministers also agreed that fight against organised crime was the most important task in the region and signed an agreement on setting up of a joint contact centre for police and customs cooperation, which should further facilitate the fight against organised crime.

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