Govt Awaiting Official Info on South Stream, Analyst Warns Consequences Dire

Ljubljana, 2 December - The government suggested on Tuesday that Russia's decision to shelve the South Stream gas pipeline project would not significantly affect the Slovenian portion of the project, in what appears to be an admission that the project never really took off. Prime Minister Miro Cerar is not surprised by the decision.

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