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Serbia has sufficient quantities of both oil and gas coming from different sources

Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining and Energy, Zorana Mihajlovic has underlined how the country is in a slightly better situation when it comes to diversification of energy supplies with oil coming through the Adriatic oil pipeline and gas via Bulgaria through the Balkan Stream.

“We have sufficient quantities of both derivatives and gas, but we are on guard because it does not depend on us,” she stated, as a guest on TV Happy. “We act responsibly, take care and have a solution for every unforeseen situation. It is not simple, because the situation in the whole of Europe is unpredictable when it comes to the price and availability of energy, but unlike many countries, we are in a better situation and the most important thing is that citizens know that we have provided enough energy and energy.”

Currently, the task of the government is to ensure energy security and to provide sufficient quantities of energy and energy sources.

“It is also important that we work on diversifying suppliers,” she added. “We are now completely dependent on Russian gas, but when the interconnection with Bulgaria ends in September next year, we have the opportunity to get gas from Greece and Azerbaijan. […] As soon as we have another supplier, we are safer.”

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