Podcast in English
Bulgarian National Radio © 2022 All Rights Reserved

Azerbaijan expected to increase gas deliveries

The President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev
Photo: BGNES

There are several other gas fields in Azerbaijan where gas will soon be extracted, and they will contribute to our increasing the volume of deliveries, the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev said.

At the ceremony for the official launch of the Greece-Bulgaria gas interconnector at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, President Aliyev declared that this year, his country would increase the export of natural gas to more than 22 million cubic metres, 11.2 million of which will go to consumers in Europe. President Aliyev stated further that his country is a reliable supplier of natural gas and is, at the same time, making efforts to become an exporter of electricity from renewable energy sources.

Listen to the daily news from Bulgaria presented in "Bulgaria Today" podcast, available in Spotify.

More from category

GERB leader Boyko Borissov

GERB's candidate for prime minister has not yet been announced

GERB will offer two options for a government, party leader Boyko Borissov said in Vratsa at a forum of the party's youth organization. According to Borissov, the first option is for him to become prime minister because there is no one better..

published on 12/4/22 12:28 PM
Ivan Geshev

Prosecutor General: Bulgaria will ask for legal proof of Rutte's claims 

The prosecutor's office has no evidence that the Bulgarian border can be crossed in exchange for 50 euros, Procecutor General Ivan Geshev has announced, commented a statement made by Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte to NOS Nieuws to justify Amsterdam's..

published on 12/4/22 11:12 AM

Conflicting expectations about the course of the war in Ukraine

US intelligence expects hostilities in Ukraine to develop at a slower pace over the next few months . Speaking at the annual Reagan National Defence Forum in Simi Valley, California, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines said she sees no..

published on 12/4/22 10:49 AM