The Prime Minister of North Macedonia Dimitar Kovachevski talked this afternoon with his Bulgarian colleague Galab Donev about the possibility of North Macedonia using the gas storage in Chiren.
Kovachevski is on a one-day visit to Bulgaria. After the delegation of North Macedonia spoke in the Council of Ministers with the representatives of the Bulgarian government and the management of Bulgatransgaz, Kovacevski and Donev gave a briefing to inform the media that one of the main topics of the talks was the possibility of deepening cooperation on regarding the transmission and storage of natural gas.
“Arrangements will be reached to reserve certain natural gas storage volumes at the Chiren gas storage facility so that North Macedonia can benefit more fully from its participation in the construction of the liquefied gas terminal in Alexandroupolis, Greece,” it said. Dove Donev.
The two also discussed the possibility of Bulgaria exporting electricity to North Macedonia in the coming months. You can read what the two prime ministers agreed on this matter here, and in the video you can watch the full recording of the press conference of acting Prime Minister Galab Donev and his Macedonian colleague Dimitar Kovachevski.