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Victor Ponta announced the intention to build a hydropower plant on the Danube with Bulgaria


Romania and Bulgaria are discussing the construction of a hydropower stations on the Danube, PM Victor Ponta stated for Agerpres after the meeting held on Saturday in Sofia with his Bulgarian counterpart, Plamen Oresarski. Asked about the project he wanted to start with Oresarski, after a week ago the Calafat – Vidin had been inaugurated, Ponta answered: “A new hydropower plant”, Agerpres reported. In his opinion, it will definitely be useful for both Romania and Bulgaria. “We have the potential, we have the investors, we only have to build it”, the Prime Minister said. Victor Ponta declined to reveal the potential location of this power plant, but specified that the place is known, although he couldn’t make public the name.