Bulgaria Dismantles South Stream Pipeline Segment

Bulgaria has dismantled the pipes from the first welding of the South Stream pipeline, the Bulgarian newspaper Bivol has reported. “This happened after the European Parliament decided that South Stream should not be implemented”, Bivol reported, showing photos from the site before and after the dismantling. The first welding as a symbol of the start of the Russian pipeline construction in Bulgaria was made in October 2013. Gazprom representatives attended the event.

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