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November 17 (SeeNews) - Serbia’s government said on Friday that it has asked the European Commission to take action against Bulgaria over a new fee it has imposed on Russian gas transiting the country.
Serbia has officially addressed the Energy Community on this issue, and the topic has also been tabled before the European Commission, energy minister Dubravka Djedovic Handanovic sais, as quoted in a press release following a meeting with Hungary's foreign minister Peter Szijarto.
“We want to be sure that there is no violation of European regulations or contractual obligations and agreements. We will try to find a solution in dialogue with the Bulgarian side and to overcome the challenges that would have negative consequences for the supply of natural gas,” Djedovic Handanovic also said.
Last month, Bulgaria introduced a tax of 10 euro ($11) per MWh on Russian gas transfers, potentially affecting flows to Serbia, Hungary and Austria.
($ = 0.9194 euro)
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