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Russian engineers to clear mines in Serbia
8.04.2009 16:32
Russian engineers to clear mines in Serbia

Russian engineers have proceeded to clearing mines along the route of South Stream Pipeline in Serbia. After bombings of 1999 by NATO there are still lots of minefields to be cleared, the spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Emergency situations said. The first filed of over 3000 sq. km was done yesterday, April 7.
      The South Stream pipeline, run by Russian Gazprom, will transport gas to the European consumers and involves Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Austria and Italy. The projected South Stream capacity is estimated at 47 billion m3 per year.


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