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South Stream Construction Halted Again

It looks like we overestimated Bulgaria when it announced it would resume construction of the planned South-Stream pipeline. Apparently the Bulgarian government caved in again under pressure from Washington/Brussels and betrayed their own population by running the severe risk to experience very cold winters in the near future, not to mention the complete breakdown of its economy.

Construction of four parallel 32 inch pipelines, 931 km long, started in December 2012 in Anapa in the Krasnodar Territory in Russia. On October 31, 2013 the first joint was welded at South Stream’s Bulgarian section near the Rasovo CS site. On November 24, 2013 the construction of South Stream’s Serbian section started in the vicinity of Sajkas village, South Backa District. The pipeline could be completed in 2015, provided Europe gets rid of serial war monger John McCain, who tells Europe that the pipeline should not be build (so Europe can remain an American colony a little longer). But who cares about what John McCain thinks?

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