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Bulgaria suspends work on South Stream pipeline

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Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak (L) and Russian energy group Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller (R) applaud the start of the construction of the Bulgarian section of Russian gas giant Gazprom's South Stream pipeline on October 31, 2013 in SofiaRussian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak (L) and Russian energy group Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller (R) applaud the start of the construction of the Bulgarian section of Russian gas giant Gazprom's South Stream pipeline on October 31, 2013 in Sofia

Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak (L) and Russian energy group Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller (R) applaud the start of the construction of the Bulgarian section of Russian gas giant Gazprom's South Stream pipeline on October 31, 2013 in SofiaRussian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak (L) and Russian energy group Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller (R) applaud the start of the construction of the Bulgarian section of Russian gas giant Gazprom's South Stream pipeline on October 31, 2013 in Sofia

Bulgaria is suspending work on the disputed Russian-backed South Stream gas pipeline following criticism from the EU and United States, Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski announced Sunday.

"I have ordered all work to be stopped. We will decide on further developments following consultations with Brussels," Oresharski said after a meeting with US senators.

Date created : 2014-06-08