Preparations ongoing for Macedonia's inclusion in South Stream project.

By bne IntelliNews October 9, 2011
Deputy PM and minister of finance Zoran Stavreski said that the governments of Macedonia and Russia are drafting a document for Macedonia's inclusion in the South Stream natural gas pipeline project, Macedonian state news agency MIA reported. Stavreski made this announcement after the fifth meeting of the intergovernmental commission for bilateral cooperation, which was held in Ohrid. Stavreski comments that the meeting discussed cooperation in the energy, railway transportation and tourism sectors, as well as cooperation in the areas of culture and education.

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