by Ron Synovitz As Bulgarian President Petar Stoyanov prepared for a December state visit to Moscow, the recent flare-up between Bulgaria and Russia appeared to be subsiding. With a hugely profitable gas distribution deal at stake, as well as new pipelines that would carry Russian gas and oil via Bulgaria to western Turkey and the […]

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