European countries should demonstrate that they could work together to achieve greater interconnectivity, European Commission vice-president for energy union Maroš Šefčovič said in Sofia.
He was speaking during a visit to the Bulgarian capital to attend a February 9 conference, where a High Level Group on Central and Southeast Europe Gas Connectivity was established.
“The EU is here to help Bulgaria and the region. I intend to start together what’s necessary for guaranteeing the region’s energy security, for the implementation of the infrastructural projects in it, linking them to Central Europe, in order to build up a stable Energy Union,” Šefčovič said after the meeting, according to a report by Bulgarian National Radio.
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