Questions over financing and profitability are standing in the way of the planned second gas interconnector between Bulgaria and FYR Macedonia, analysts say.
The neighbouring Balkan states, which have had a historically fraught relationship, signed an energy memorandum on 1 August. However, the agreement leaves a lot to be desired, according to Martin Vladimirov, energy analyst at the Sofia-based Center for the Study of Democracy.
The core of the energy memorandum is a plan to build a second gas interconnector between the two...
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