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Russia's Putin Accuses Bulgaria Of Holding Up Turkstream Pipeline

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By Reuters

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SOCHI, RUSSIA (DECEMBER 4, 2019) (RUSSIAN POOL) VARIOUS OF RUSSIAN PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN AND SERBIAN PRESIDENT ALEKSANDAR VUCIC ENTERING NEWS CONFERENCE AUDIENCE (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) RUSSIAN PRESIDENT, VLADIMIR PUTIN, SAYING: "I want to say it openly and publicly. The Bulgarian leadership addressed us many times asking us to carry out this project, TurkStream, after they disrupted South Stream. But now as well, it is obvious that there is some external pressure, they are implementing this slowly. Well, we'll see how the Bulgarian project does. If the Bulgarian leadership does not want it - we will find another way to implement our capabilities." JOURNALIST ASKING QUESTION (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) RUSSIAN PRESIDENT, VLADIMIR PUTIN, SAYING: "We are ready to preserve the export of gas via Ukraine. Talks in Vienna are underway, it is no secret. However, the conditions that the Ukrainian transiters propose to us are economically unacceptable - so far. I hope that it is just a default position and we will be able to align our positions." MEDIA (SOUNDBITE) (Serbian) SERBIAN PRESIDENT, ALEKSANDAR VUCIC, SAYING (ACCORDING TO OFFICIAL TRANSLATION): "We have a problem in Serbia, which is the gas supply. We do not know how things will turn out, but I can reassure the people of Serbia that the President of Russia Putin and Mister Miller (Gazprom CEO) have reassured me that we will be able to purchase additional volumes of gas from other countries. This means we will be able to be sure that we have a gas supply in the first two quarters of the upcoming year no matter how the talks with Ukraine end." RUSSIAN OFFICIALS VARIOUS OF PUTIN, VUCIC SHAKING HANDS, WALKING AWAY
Dateline: 2019

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121578599
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Sochi, Russia, Russia
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